Loujaine Kahaleh

Associate

Kahaleh, Loujaine

Loujaine Kahaleh focuses her practice on investor-state and international commercial arbitration.

Ms. Kahaleh has extensive experience in the representation of sovereign states and state-owned entities in arbitral disputes before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) tribunals across a variety of fields, including oil and gas and infrastructure construction. She also has experience in cross-border commercial litigation.

Ms. Kahaleh previously provided pro bono legal assistance through the Fordham International Refugee Assistance Project.

Languages

English

French

Arabic

Education

Fordham University School of Law, LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution, Fordham International Law Journal

Haute Ecole des Avocats Conseils, CAPA

Université de Paris-Nanterre X

University of Otago, School of Law

Admitted to Practice

Paris

England & Wales

Membership

French-American Bar Association

ICC Young Arbitrators Forum

Loujaine Kahaleh focuses her practice on investor-state and international commercial arbitration.