Christophe Dugué is a French qualified attorney, member of the Paris Bar since 1992 (Avocat au Barreau de Paris) who works in English and French.
He serves as arbitrator and acts as counsel in both institutional and ad hoc international commercial arbitration cases, with a variety of seats and under a vast number of substantive laws from both civil law and common law traditions.
He is independent and thus has virtually no conflict of interest.
With almost four decades of experience, Christophe Dugué started his career with major international banking institutions for seven years (Banque Nationale de Paris, Banque Indosuez) before joining a premier US law firm (Shearman & Sterling) for seventeen years (including ten years as a Partner), where he made Partner in the International Arbitration group led by Emmanuel Gaillard.
With the benefit of three decades of experience in international arbitration and a dual background of transactional lawyer in international corporate and finance matters and of counsel in international arbitration matters, Christophe Dugué has now devoted his practice exclusively to arbitration and is currently a recognized international commercial arbitration counsel and arbitrator.