Sara Nadeau-Séguin focuses on international arbitration, including both commercial and public international law disputes.
Ms. Nadeau-Séguin has acted in arbitrations conducted throughout the world and under the auspices of many arbitral institutes, including the ICC, ICDR, ICSID, LCIA, Permanent Court of Arbitration and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, as well as ad hoc and UNCITRAL Rules proceedings. She frequently has acted in matters involving multijurisdictional issues implicating the laws of more than one nation and/or public international law; and in disputes between commercial entities, as well as between foreign investors and their host states.
Ms. Nadeau-Séguin previously worked in Paris. She is fluent in French and also speaks Spanish and Italian.
Education and Honors
- LL.M. (honours), London School of Economics and Political Science, 2009
- LL.B. (honours), McGill University, 2007
- B.C.L. (honours), McGill University, 2007
- Qualified Solicitor, England and Wales, 2012
- Licensed in Quebec, 2008