Jérôme Lehucher is partner in the international arbitration group of DWF. His practice focuses on commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and international oil transactions.
Jérôme has acted as counsel for Central Asian, Latin American and African States and state-owned entities, as well as private sector companies in numerous ICSID, UNCITRAL and ICC arbitrations, in the energy, mining, agricultural, pharmaceutical, services technology, communications, sanitation and flood protection sectors, with amounts at stake ranging from US$65 million to US$30 billion. He has also advised clients in the negotiation and follow-up of their petroleum contracts, the drafting of complex dispute resolution clauses, the protection and structuring of their foreign investments, and the annulment of arbitral awards before ICSID and domestic courts.
Prior to joining DWF in January 2018, Jérôme practised for over 13 years at leading international arbitration law firms in Paris, New York and Buenos Aires. He holds an LLM degree from Northwestern University School of Law, a Master II degree in International Business Law from Paris V René Descartes University and a Master I degree in Private Law from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University. He is a member of the New York and Paris bars. He is fluent in French, English and Spanish.