Raymundo is an associate in the Paris office. He has experience in State-to-State, international commercial and investment treaty disputes, acting in arbitrations under a range of rules, including the UNCITRAL, LCIA, ICSID, and ICC rules.

His experience includes:

  • Representing a Spanish contractor in an ongoing investment treaty arbitration against a Latin American State in a dispute arising out of a “mega project” to expand a strategic maritime infrastructure installation
  • Representing a subsidiary of an industrial, mining, and energy group in an ongoing commercial dispute
  • Working with REDRESS on a pro bono project promoting balanced gender representation in UN mechanisms and bodies

Raymundo previously worked at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, where he and assisted several arbitral tribunals, and the PCA Secretary-General as an appointing authority and in his role of designating appointing authorities. In particular, he assisted the arbitral tribunal in the South China Sea (Philippines v. China) arbitration.  Prior to working at the PCA, he worked with counsel for Peru in the Maritime Dispute (Peru v. Chile) before the International Court of Justice.

As a member of the International Max Planck Research School on Successful Dispute Resolution in International Law, he finalised his thesis on “Equality of Arms in International Dispute Settlement” at the University of Heidelberg and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.

He has lectured on international arbitration at the University of Milan, the London School of Economics, and the University of Geneva, and is the author of several publications in international procedural law, including: “Preserving the Respective Rights of the Parties to the Dispute – The Ghana v. Cote d’Ivoire Order for Provisional Measures”.

Raymundo completed his legal studies at the University of Milan and was awarded the Premio Padovani for best thesis in private and procedural international law by the Italian Society of International law. He has an LL.M from New York University School of Law where he received the Dean’s Graduate Award and Martin and Eva Domke scholarship.  He is admitted to practice in Italy and New York and speaks English, Spanish, and Italian.