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Clàudia Baró Huelmo is a senior associate in the litigation and arbitration group of Withers LLP, in Geneva, Switzerland. She is a solicitor-advocate of the Senior Courts of England and Wales as well as a Spanish-qualified abogada. She specialises in public international law, international arbitration and international criminal law. She has acted as counsel for states and corporate entities in a number of international arbitration proceedings, mainly conducted under the auspices of the ICSID Convention and Arbitration Rules, and the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, with experience in disputes in the financial services, banking and energy sectors.
She has also advised European, Caribbean and Latin American states in public international law matters, such as state succession, territorial and maritime boundaries, new approaches to trade treaties with the United Kingdom post-Brexit, business and human rights, settlement of international disputes, and relations with international organisations.
She is currently serving as a board member of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration.
Before joining the firm, she worked for a leading international arbitration firm in Geneva (2017–2019) and a public international boutique law firm in London (2016–2017). Prior to that, she taught public international law courses at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and worked in a Spanish law firm specialising in banking litigation (2015–2016).
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