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Click here to enlarge.   Maria VICIEN-MILBURN IAI Member   
Independent Arbitrator
Lope de Vega 36, Piso 4 Izquierda
Madrid 28014
Spain
Tel: +33.6.48.32.32.41 (Cell)
Tel: +34.914.296.527 (Direct)
mvm@vicienmilburn.com
maria.vicien.milburn@gmail.com

501 East 87th St, Apartment 8 J
New York, NY 10128
USA
 
 
Languages   English, Spanish (native); French (fluent)
   
Nationality   Argentina, Spain
   
Bar Admission   Buenos Aires - 1974
New York - 1979
   
Position   Former General Counsel of UNESCO; Former Director, General Legal Division of the Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations
   
Education   Columbia University (Master in law - 1976); Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires (Abogada - 1974)
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Sole arbitrator and member of the Tribunal in international arbitration proceedings under the Rules of the ICC
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Arbitration-related proceedings involving the United Nations and UNESCO (commercial and construction disputes)
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
• "Unesco’s Role in the Resolution of Disputes relating to the Recovery of Cultural Goods," in Art and Heritage Disputes in International and Comparative Law, 10(5) TDM (Oct. 2013) (with A. Garcia Marquez and A. Fouchard Papaefstatiou)

• "Testing the Procedural Limits of the ICSID Annulment Regime in Cases against Argentina," in Yearbook of International Investment Law and Policy 2009-2010 at 291 (K.P. Sauvant ed., OUP, 2010) (with Y. Andreeva)

• "There is Nothing More Permanent than Temporary; A Critical Look at ICSID Article 52(5) on Stay of Enforcement in Cases Against Argentina," 15(1) Arb. News 56 (2010) (with Y. Andreeva)

• "New Developments in the 'Argentine Crisis' Jurisprudence: ICSID Annulment Standards in Arbitral Practice," 39 (2) International Legal News (2010) (with Y. Andreeva)
   

 
   
 
 
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