Alexis Foucard is a senior associate in Clifford Chance's Paris office and an associate lecturer at Sciences Po Law School in Paris. Alexis joined the firm in 2018. His practice focuses on international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration, and cross-border litigation. Alexis has experience in all aspects of international arbitration under the rules of the major arbitration centres worldwide (ICC, LCIA, ICSID, PCA, etc.), and he frequently speaks or writes on related issues. He is a co-author of the report on "Arbitrator's Liability" published by the Club des Juristes.
Prior to joining Clifford Chance, Alexis worked for five years at a large American firm devoted solely to business litigation. He also previously worked in the United Nations' Office of Legal Affairs in New York. His experience encompasses a range of dispute types and business sectors, including energy, construction, aircrafts, telecommunications, and white-collar crime.
Admitted in 2013 to the New York Bar and the Paris Bar, Alexis is a graduate of Columbia Law School (LL.M., 2011) and Sciences Po - University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Master in Global Business Law - Magister Degree in Business Law, 2009).