Litigation & Arbitration


Sabrina Touchard is an associate in the International Disputes group.

Her practice focuses on international commercial arbitration, investor-State arbitrations (under both ICSID and UNCITRAL rules) as well as post-arbitral disputes (annulment and enforcement).

Sabrina’s native language is French and she is fluent in English.


Some of Sabrina’s notable engagements include:

Counsel to a joint venture against some of its shareholders and directors in relation to the violation of long term commitments and fiduciary duties (ICC arbitration, Paris seat, French law).

Counsel to a pipeline operator in relation to the termination of long-term agreements (three ICC arbitrations, Paris seat, French law).

Counsel to a listed Australian company in an arbitration concerning the misappropriation of its shares in a mining company in North Africa (ICC arbitration, Geneva seat, local law).

Counsel to a world leader in industrial and military vehicles sector in several arbitrations relating to consultant contracts and representation in North Africa and the Middle East (ICC arbitrations, Paris seat, French law).

Counsel to a Saudi conglomerate leader in the distribution of satellite programs in the Middle East & North Africa region in a dispute with a Qatari operator (ICC arbitration, Paris seat, French law).

Counsel to an African state in a dispute over the termination of mining concession contracts, port and rail agreement with a global leader in the steel industry (ICC arbitration, Paris seat, local law).


Certificat d'Aptitude à la Profession d'Avocat, 2013
Université de Versailles, Master in Arbitration and International Business Law, with honours, 2010
Université Paul-Cézanne (Aix-Marseille), Master in International law, with honours, 2009
Université du Maine and University of Leeds, Licence en Droit, 2008

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Co-author, “Mandatory Rules in International Arbitration - The Exemple of Recent Awards, 2015(5)”, Int'l Bus. L.J. 453 (with S. Bonnard)
Author, “Amicus Curiae on Stage: Amicus Curiae Participation in Investor-State Arbitration”, Versailles International Arbitration and Business Law Review No.2 (2011)
Professional Memberships
ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
Young ICCA
ICC Young Arbitrators Forum
CFA 40 (Comité Français de l'Arbitrage)
Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners
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