Núñez-Lagos Arbitration is an arbitration boutique law firm founded by Carmen Núñez-Lagos, an independent arbitrator specialised in commercial and investment arbitration.
After three decades of extensive experience as counsel and arbitrator in international disputes, Carmen created Núñez-Lagos Arbitration to serve as arbitrator in cases which span a variety of sectors and arbitral institutions. Its main focus of expertise regards investment and commercial arbitrations in the fields of energy, construction, telecommunications and sports.
Carmen works in collaboration with Ana Carolina Simões e Silva, a French-qualified and Brazilian independent lawyer established in Brazil, particularly in cases related to Latin America. Carmen and Ana Carolina have been working together for five years and now continue to collaborate within Núñez-Lagos Arbitration.
Best Lawyers 2021
Recognized as Best Lawyers in France 2021
Chambers Global 2020
Ranked in Chambers Global 2020, Chambers Europe 2020.
Chambers Global 2019
“Clients say that Carmen “combines a very practical approach with high technical knowledge.”
Chambers France 2018
“Carmen is lauded by sources as ‘very wise and pragmatic, taking the lead in the proceedings with due care and efficiency’.”
Legal 500 Paris 2018
“The ‘pragmatic’ Carmen NúñezLagos has ‘excellent knowledge and interpersonal skills.”
Chambers Global 2017
“She has an excellent command of the law and the facts.” Further impressed sources state: “She turned complicated legal issues into plain language so that people could quickly grasp what actions needed to be taken. Built a rapport with the clients extraordinary well. Spot-on identifying the challenges and weaknesses.”
Chambers Global 2016
“Carmen Núñez-Lagos is well respected by peers in the French market and praised by clients”, who describe her as “an expert who knows her area perfectly. She is very accessible and always tries to simplify matters.”
Global Arbitration 2012
“She is an excellent arbitrator and an inspired advocate.” “Without a doubt, Carmen’s intellectual creativity has made a considerable imprint on arbitral jurisprudence”.