Jasmin Schmeidler - Avocat à Paris en droit du commerce international

Background

dscf3948Jasmin Schmeidler specializes in International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution and Domestic & International Business and Company Law.  Before creating her own boutique law firm, she acquired experience whilst working with some of the most reputed international law firms in International Arbitration & International Business Law both in France and abroad.  She has worked in the International Arbitration departments of several top tier law firms based in Paris and in the Corporate, M&A department of the biggest Luxembourgish law firm.

Jasmin taught International Arbitration, International Business Law, Private International Law and Company law for over ten years at several universities in Paris.  She still teaches International Arbitration, Private International Law and International Business Law in English and French.

She advises on any issues of Domestic and International Business Law including the negotiation and drafting of Contracts and Corporate Law. She also advises on Commercial and Investor-State arbitration.  She has experience representing private corporations, public entities and natural persons in both commercial and investment treaty arbitrations.  Jasmin Schmeidler has been involved in International Arbitration proceedings under the auspices of the ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL as Counsel and Co-Counsel.  She also accepts appointments as an arbitrator.

Jasmin was educated in Germany and France.  After having completed a double diploma at the Ludwig-Maximilian (Munich) and Panthéon-Assas universities, she completed a D.E.A. (Master 2, Research) in Private International Law and International Business Law (cum laude) and a Ph.D. in International Law (summa cum laude, doctoral thesis prize of the Panthéon-Assas University).  She also attended courses at the Hague Academy of International Law and at the Arbitration Academy in Paris.

A German national, Jasmin Schmeidler is a docteur en droit and an Attorney-at-law admitted to the Paris bar.  She is fluent in English, French and German and is able to handle complex arbitrations in either language.  She has also working proficiency in Italian and speaks some Farsi.