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Sarah Lemoine is a senior associate in the Frankfurt office of Clifford Chance and is part of the firm’s global international arbitration group. She has been practising in Germany since 2013. Sarah represents companies, corporations and states in international arbitration proceedings under a variety of institutional rules, including ICSID, ICC and UNCITRAL and advises on both commercial and investor-state disputes.
Her practice concentrates on complex, large-scale disputes in a range of sectors, including energy, finance, telecommunications and aerospace.
Sarah is qualified to practise law in British Columbia, Canada, and is a member of the Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners. She also holds a qualification to practise in England and Wales. She lectures regularly on English criminal law at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, and is a contributor to a legal commentary on the international arbitration of intellectual property disputes.
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