LALIVE Blog, April 2021
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Vincent Reynaud joined LALIVE in 2018 as an associate after completing an internship at the firm (2016-2017). His main area of practice is international arbitration, both commercial and investment treaty arbitration, involving a variety of sectors. Mr Reynaud also regularly advises international and intergovernmental organisations on governance and institutional matters as well as on their privileges and immunities.
Before joining LALIVE, Mr Reynaud trained in Paris with Betto Seraglini (2015) and Hogan Lovells (2014). He was an intern at the Embassy of Ireland in France (2012) and worked at the Permanent Representation of Ireland to UNESCO and the OECD (2013).
Mr Reynaud is trained in both common law and civil law. He holds an LL.B. in Law and Political Science with honours from Trinity College, Dublin, a Master in Economic Law (cum laude) from Sciences Po Paris and an LL.M. from Columbia Law School where he was named a James Kent scholar. He also studied at The Hague Academy of International Law (public international law session).
Panel 3 - Disputes with States: Interstate Arbitration, International Courts, and Investment ArbitrationVincent Reynaud, 2018
In: Plachy et al. Columbia Arbitration Day 2018: The Way Forward, American Review of International Arbitration (Vol. 29, 2018), pp. 198-201.