Camelia is an associate based in our Paris office with extensive experience advising private corporations in disputes governed by diverse laws and institutional rules, with a focus on construction-related disputes.
Camelia’s recent experience includes:
- Representing an international construction contractor in an ICC arbitration seated in Austria. The dispute concerns a tunnelling project and involves claims in excess of EUR 250 million
- Representing an international construction contractor in an ICC arbitration seated in Qatar. The dispute concerns the development of a mega project and involves claims in excess of QAR 1.5 billion
- Representing an Engineering and Technology company in an ICC arbitration seated in Paris against a North-African State-owned company
- Representing a German company in an annulment procedure at the Paris Court of Appeal
Before joining Three Crowns, Camelia underwent training in private practices across Chicago, Dubai, Doha, London, and Paris. Camelia also served as a research assistant, initially in London focusing on commercial disputes and later in Paris in the realm of investor-state disputes. Holding master’s degrees from La Sorbonne University and Nanterre University, she is admitted in Paris and is proficient in both French and English.