Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
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Chloé Deydier is a dispute resolution and litigation lawyer based in Paris with a particular focus on international commercial arbitration.
Prior to joining the practice, Chloe was an intern in two major companies in the music and energy industries. She also worked at the London office of another international law firm.
Chloé holds a MOOC in Domestic and International Arbitration from Montpellier University (2017), a Master's degree in Litigation and Contracts from Paris Nanterre University (2014) as well as a Master of Laws (LL.M) in European Union Economic Law from the University of Reading.
She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2017.
She is fluent in French and English.
MOOC in Domestic and International Arbitration, Montpellier University
Master's degree in Contracts and Litigation, Paris Nanterre University
LL.M in European Union Economic Law, University of Reading
Master's degree in Business Law, Paris Nanterre University
- Avocat au barreau de Paris 2017
- Co-author with Harold Herman and Gabriel Hannotin, "Le nouveau régime applicable aux mesures conservatoires et mesures d'exécution prises contre des Etats étrangers issu de la loi Sapin 2", Gazette du Palais, 09/05/2017, No 18, page 134;
- Co-author with Janice Feigher, "Salient Issues in the OHADA Arbitration Framework", TDM 4 (2016), www.transnational-dispute-management.com, October 2016;
- Co-author with Janice Feigher, "Report on the ICC Young Arbitrators' Forum symposium of 28 January 2016 on Arbitration in the hotel industry", Cahiers de l'Arbitrage/Paris Journal of International Arbitration, 2016/1, page 134.