Mery

Margaux Mery

Associate
Paris

I help sovereign States protect their interests in high-stakes public international law, international arbitration and litigation disputes.

Margaux Mery is a member of the firm's International Litigation & Arbitration practice. Margaux essentially represents foreign States before the world's principal dispute resolution bodies and the French Courts.

Margaux’s practice focuses on advising and representing sovereign States on matters of public international law and international investment law including disputes arising from the enforcement of arbitration awards. In addition, she works on international commercial arbitration cases in which he is representing private companies. Margaux also works on commercial litigation cases with a strong international dimension before the French courts.

Margaux obtained a Bachelor Degree in French and Common Law and a Bachelor Degree in English at Université de Tours and her Master degree at Université Paris I Panthéon - Sorbonne where she specialized in Public International Law and International Organizations.

Education

Université Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master in Public International Law and International Organizations, 2018
Université Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master in General International Law, 2017
Université de Tours, B.A., English, 2015
Université de Tours, B.A., French and Common Law, 2015

Bar and Court Admissions

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Paris

Languages

  • French
  • English
  • Spanish

Experience

  • Representing a sovereign State in an ad hoc arbitration pursuant to UNCITRAL rules brought by two Indian companies relating to the termination of a land development agreement and administered by the PCA.
  • Representing a sovereign State in setting-aside proceedings before the Paris Court of appeal against a UNCITRAL award.
  • Representing a sovereign State before the International Court of Justice under the CERD.
  • Representing a sovereign State in an ICSID arbitration relating to claims under two waste management concessions.
  • Representing a sovereign State in setting-aside proceedings of a CAIP award relating to the annulment of contracts due to corruption before the Paris Court of appeal.
  • Representing several American companies before the Tribunal of Commerce in France.
  • Representing a sovereign State in setting-aside proceedings before the Paris Court of appeal against a PCA award involving a large-scale iron ore mining project.