Carmen Martinez Lopez, a partner in the London office of Three Crowns, will be a featured panellist on “Interim measures in international arbitration” as part of V Oxford Arbitration Day. The event, co-organised by the Commercial Law Centre (Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford), the Oxford International Arbitration Society, and the EDUCA Foundation, will be streamed live on Friday, 13 November, from 9:15 am – 6:15 pm GMT.

Carmen’s panel, scheduled for 3:45 – 5:15 pm GMT will be discussing:

  • Available interim measures in each legal system and in courts in support of arbitration
  • The relevance of the seat of the arbitration for the subject matter
  • Section 1782 of Title 28 of the US code and its availability in international commercial arbitration
  • Availability of the English worldwide freezing orders (global freezing orders) in support of arbitration
  • Enforcement of interim measures outside the seat of the arbitration

Please click HERE to for a full agenda and to register for the free event.


Carmen appears regularly as advocate in numerous investment treaty and commercial arbitrations, both under the rules of the major arbitral institutions and ad hoc. Her matters involve a variety of jurisdictions, with a particular focus on Latin America and Spain.

She is recognised in all major publications, with sources describing her as “a great legal mind” and “an excellent practitioner,” who “understands problems very well in a global way.”

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