Sergey Alekhin is an associate in Willkie's Litigation Department in Paris. His practice focuses on international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration, with a particular focus on the post-Soviet region. He has acted in proceedings conducted under the rules of the major arbitration center worldwide (ICC, ICSID, LCIA, etc.), as well as in ad hoc proceedings, including under the UNCITRAL Rules. Prior to joining Willkie, Sergey worked for five years at a Paris-based arbitration boutique.
Sergey obtained a Master double-degree in Law and Economic Globalization from Sciences Po Paris and the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, a Master Degree in Law from the Russian Academy of State Service, and a Specialist Degree in International Relations from the Voronezh State University (Russia). He frequently publishes and speaks on international arbitration and relates issues, including cybersecurity, blockchain technology and e-sports. Sergey is co-Chairman of the Young Institute of Modern Arbitration (Young IMA, Russia).
Russian, English and French.
Paris and Russia.