Lifestyle v. Hornby Street and others – Judgment of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, 28 January 2022Genevieve Poirier, Katherine Jonckheere, 2022
In: Jus Mundi, May 2022
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Katherine Jonckheere joined LALIVE in 2022 and specialises in international commercial and investment arbitration. She has acted as counsel in a number of arbitrations governed by a variety of arbitration rules (including ICC, LCIA, SCC, ICSID and UNCITRAL) and applicable laws, across several sectors including energy and mining, and construction.
Before joining LALIVE, Katherine worked as an associate at Three Crowns LLP in London (2015-2022) and as a legal counsel at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (2014-2015). She originally trained as a Belgian lawyer at the Brussels Bar (2010-2013).
She is a member of various professional associations, and is currently co-chair of CEPANI40, the below-40 organisation of the Belgian Centre for Arbitration and Mediation (CEPANI). She also serves as a Regional Representative for Young ICCA, a leading arbitration knowledge network for young practitioners and students under the auspices of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA), and is part of the leadership of CyberArb, an initiative for cybersecurity in international arbitration.
Katherine obtained her LL.M. from Stanford Law School and her law degree from Ghent University, having also spent one semester studying at the American University (Washington College of Law). She is fluent in English and Dutch, and proficient in French.