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DWF lawyer appointed to the ICC International Court of Arbitration

04 July 2018
Sabrina Ainouz | DWF
International arbitration partner Sabrina Aïnouz has been appointed to the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Court of Arbitration, one of the world's leading international arbitration institutions.

Based in DWF's Paris office, Sabrina was appointed by the ICC World Council on the proposal of the ICC Court’s President, Mr Alexis Mourre, and will serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2018.

With 176 distinguished members from 104 countries across the world, the ICC Court administers arbitrations under the ICC Rules of Arbitration. Since its foundation in 1923, the Court has been helping to resolve difficulties in international commercial and investment disputes to support trade and investment. As part of her role, Sabrina will participate in decisions and processes such as appointing and confirming the appointment of arbitrators, deciding over challenges of arbitrators, scrutinizing draft arbitral awards, and fixing the costs of arbitration..

Sabrina said: "I am delighted and honoured to serve as member of the ICC Court and to represent Algeria in this prestigious role. I look forward to working with the President of the Court and my fellow members from all around the globe, and will do my best to contribute to the continuing efficiency and excellency of ICC arbitration.”

Sabrina joined DWF Paris in January 2018 from Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, along with Partner Jérôme Lehucher and Senior Associate Victor Datry. She regularly acts as Counsel for States, state-entities and private companies in both commercial and investor-State arbitrations for a wide range of clients from Africa, Russia, Europe, Central Asia and South America.

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