Alexandra Guilbault

Associate, Paris



Alexandra Guilbault is an associate in the International Arbitration Group in Paris. She spent a year on secondment in the Madrid office.

Her practice focuses on commercial and construction arbitration.

Prior to joining White & Case in 2012, Alexandra acquired experience within a French litigation firm in Paris, where she worked in the area of civil and commercial litigation.

Bars and Courts
Paris Bar
Master 2
Institut Politique de Paris
Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne
Master 1
International Business Law
Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne


Representing the Employer in an ICC arbitration related to the development of a five-star hotel in the Middle East.

Representing the main contractor on one of the world's largest infrastructure projects located in Central America, in a series of proceedings before the project's Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) and related ICC arbitrations against the employer, governed by the law of the Central American country and worth in excess of US$2 billion.

Representing a European construction company in an ICC arbitration concerning a bridge construction project in Central America.

Representing a Romanian company in an ICC arbitration governed by French law against its Chinese supplier in connection with a contract for the sale and installation of various equipment in the cereals industry.

Representing a European contractor in a pre-arbitration claim procedure regarding the construction of multiple energy production facilities in North Africa.

Representing a French company against an Austrian supplier in an arbitration relating to the termination of a supply agreement and unfair competition.

Advising an international consortium with respect to a pre-arbitration dispute regarding a major infrastructure project in North Africa.

Advising a French company in the energy sector in a mediation relating to the provision of industrial gas to one of its clients.

Advising a French manufacturer in the aeronautical industry in a dispute against a French client relating to the quality of the equipment manufactured.