Arthur Lauvaux

Associate, London



Arthur is an associate in White & Case's Dispute Resolution Group in London and his practice focuses on international arbitration.

He has experience across a range of industries including the infrastructure and energy sectors, and his practice includes international commercial, construction, as well as investment arbitration under several arbitration rules.

Prior to joining White & Case, Arthur worked for five years as an associate at a major French international law firm in Paris and London. He is fluent in French.

Bars and Courts
Solicitor, England and Wales
Paris Bar
London School of Economics and Political Science


Master II, Business Law
University of Paris-Dauphine


Master I, Law
University of Paris-Dauphine


Joint Licence degree, Law and Economics & Management
University of Paris-Dauphine




Before joining the firm:

Acting for a US investor in the digital industry in an ICSID arbitration against an African State under a bilateral investment treaty.

Acting for a Turkish contractor in an ICC arbitration against an employer concerning the construction of a real estate project in Algeria.

Acting for Spanish investors in the news industry at the annulment stage of an ICSID arbitration against a South American State under a bilateral investment treaty.

Acting for a French bank in an ICC arbitration and related subsequent proceedings against a Saudi company and its main shareholder concerning the validity of a loan and its guarantees.

Acting for a consortium of companies in the military industry in an ICC arbitration against a State entity concerning the performance of a sales contract.


"Emergency arbitration in investment disputes",, 2020

"Foreign Investors in the African Extractive Sector - Don't Forget Your Umbrella!", TDM, 2019

Awards and Recognition

Awarded the Gillis Wetter Memorial Prize 2020 by the LCIA-YIAG for an essay entitled "Towards a Bumpy Ride into the Sunset: On the Mutual Termination of IIAs and their Sunset Clauses"