Aceris Law LLC is a leading boutique international arbitration law firm. It provides the highest-quality legal representation for complex international commercial arbitrations, investor-State arbitrations and international construction disputes. It covers all jurisdictions, arbitral institutions and industry sectors, and it works under numerous laws and in diverse languages.
Aceris Law ensures:
- Excellence in legal analysis
- Insight into winning case strategies and arguments
- Mastery of all procedural techniques used in international arbitration and mediation
- Legal representation of the highest quality before diverse arbitral tribunals
- Fierce and uncompromising representation of our clients’ interests
While also offering:
- The best value available, globally, for high-quality arbitration legal representation
- A proven track record for large and complex arbitrations
- A trial period for new clients to see the excellence of our work
- Multilingual legal teams
- Offices in Geneva, Paris and London, with access to offices in 120 countries
- Constant accessibility by clients from all jurisdictions (in person and by videoconference)
Award-Winning Arbitration Lawyers
Global Arbitration Legal Representation
Leading Arbitration Lawyers
With Harvard, Oxford and Sorbonne-trained lawyers admitted to bars of Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America and North America, and over seventeen years of experience specialising in international arbitration law and procedure at the highest level, as well as international mediation and the enforcement of arbitral awards, Aceris Law provides the highest-quality legal representation for complex international commercial arbitrations, international construction arbitrations and investor-State arbitrations, combining excellence, rigour, experience and an outstanding track record with unbeatable rates for high-quality international arbitration legal representation in order to offer exceptional value to its clients.
Aceris Law’s award-winning lawyers are recommended by the Legal 500 and in many other prestigious rankings in the field of international arbitration. They have provided legal representation in hundreds of commercial, investment and construction arbitrations, for clients including businesses of all sizes, foreign investors and State entities, in arbitrations with their seats in Europe, North America, Central America, the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. They have provided legal representation for ICC, ICSID, LCIA, ICDR, SIAC, SCC, DIAC, HKIAC, JAMS, CICA, PCA, OHADA and ad hoc (often UNCITRAL) arbitrations, as well as under the rules of lesser-known institutions, establishing an excellent track record.
Nearly All Laws
Aceris Law is capable of providing legal representation under nearly all laws. It has previously provided legal representation for arbitrations under English law, French law, Swiss law, Spanish law, Saudi Arabian law, Brazilian law, Mexican law, German law, Chinese law, Uzbek law, Turkish law, Angolan law, OHADA law, Malaysian law, Singapore law, Hong Kong law, Moldovan law, Albanian law, Romanian law, public international law, various American laws, various Canadian laws, and the laws of many other common law and civil law jurisdictions.
The working languages of Aceris are English and French, although our arbitration lawyers also speak Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian, Arabic, Serbo-Croat, Czech and Slovak, and they regularly serve as legal counsel in cases with Chinese, Japanese, Turkish and many other linguistic elements.
Clients and Co-Counsel
Aceris Law works hand-in-hand with its clients and in-house counsel, allowing them to play as significant a role in the resolution of their dispute as they desire. It also frequently collaborates with co-counsel throughout the world, who are seeking transparent assistance with arbitrations for their clients and a firm that rigorously respects the boundaries of pre-existing client relationships, while not overbilling their clients.
Public International Law and OHADAC
Aceris Law also provides legal representation for public international law disputes. It currently serves as counsel to the former British protectorate of Barotseland with respect to a dispute against the Republic of Zambia. Aceris’ lawyers are also engaged in reform projects enhancing the role of arbitration as a a tool for economic development around the world. Special Counsel Marie-Camille Pitton is responsible for developing the arbitration component of the OHADAC project.