- Andreea Nica
- Senior Associate
- +40 374 494 944
- International Arbitration
Admitted to the bar in 2013
The International Academy for Arbitration Law (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer scholar)
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) & University of Geneva, LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS) (MIDS scholar)
Bilgi University, International Summer Law School on Mergers & Acquisitions (DLA Piper scholar)
The National Institute for the Preparation and Training of Lawyers (INPPA), The National Association of Romanian Bars
University of Bucharest, Master’s Degree in Private Law
University of Copenhagen, International Summer Law School on Energy Law and Sustainability
University of Bucharest, Bachelor’s Degree in Law
Co-founder of Club Español de Arbitraje (CEA) Romania
Member of the events committee of Young International Council for Commercial Arbitrations (ICCA)
Member of Young Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA)
Member of the Young International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) Arbitrators’ Forum
Member of the Young International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
Member of the Association Suisse de l’Arbitrage (ASA) below 40
Andreea draws upon her international background and excellent track record of successfully conducted mandates, providing legal assistance and representation of large business clients with global operations spanning various industries (e.g., energy, pharmaceuticals, retail, banking) in complex international commercial and investment arbitration proceedings, as well as cross-border and domestic commercial and public law litigation matters.
Accoutred with the experience of having worked with two reputed international law firms, Andreea is praised for having developed strong work ethics and excellent business acumen.
Selected relevant experience
Part of the team representing a Ukrainian owned Swiss company in an international commercial arbitration seated in Zurich under the ICC Rules, Swiss law governing the dispute worth EUR 20 million.
Part of the team representing Latvia in an investment arbitration with amount in dispute of EUR 40 million under the ICSID rules.
Part of the team representing a US based large oil company in an international commercial arbitration seated in Paris under the ICC Rules, Romanian law governing the dispute worth over USD 90 million.
Part of the team representing a US based financial investment fund in an international commercial arbitration seated in Vienna under the ICC Rules.
Compatibility, Novelty, Practical Corollary? A Collective Analysis of the Prague Rules, Young ICCA Arbitration Blog, May 2019
David Aven v. Costa Rica – An Aftershock of Urbaser v. Argentina?, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, December 2018
New Insolvency Law in Romania – A Step Ahead, DLA Piper Global Insight