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Click here to enlarge.   Sara NADEAU-SEGUIN IAI Young Practitioner   
Teynier Pic
2 rue Lord Byron
75008 Paris
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Languages   English, French (native); Spanish (fluent); Italian (working knowledge)
Nationality   Canada
Bar Admission   Montreal - 2008
England & Wales - 2012
Paris - 2016
Education   London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) (Masters of Law (LLM) - 2009); McGill University (BCL/LLB - 2007)
as Counsel  
Numerous investor-State and commercial arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, SCC and ICSID (energy, mining, pharmaceuticals, telecoms and construction disputes)
Relating to  
• "Canada: Ontario Adopts a New International Commercial Arbitration Act," 2017(3) ICC Bull. 14

• "Quebec New Rules on Expert Evidence," 26(2) Can. Arb. Med. J. 27 (Fall/Winter 2017)

• "The Illusive Standard of Proof in International Commercial Arbitration," in Legitimacy: Myths, Realities, Challenges, ICCA Congress No. 18, at 134 (Kluwer, 2015) (with J. Smith)

• "Commercial Arbitrations and Corrupt Practices: Should arbitrators be bound by a duty to report corrupt practices?," TDM 3 (2013)

• "When Bankruptcy and Arbitration Meet: A Look at Recent ICC Practice,” 5(1) Disp. Res. Int’l 79 (May 2011)

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