Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2002, Alexandra Munoz specialises in international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. She acts as counsel in international arbitration and litigation proceedings in various sectors including energy, infrastructures and telecommunications.
Alexandra advises major French or foreign companies as well as governments in contractual disputes (joint ventures, distribution agreements, construction, public service concessions, State contracts, reinsurance) and in cases related to the protection of investments within the context of ad hoc or institutional arbitral proceedings (ICC, OHADA, ICSID). She also has experience in resolving disputes through conciliation and mediation.
Alexandra is one of the founders of CFA-40. She is also a member of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR), the Comité Français de l’Arbitrage, the editorial board of the International Business Law Journal, the International Arbitration Institute and Arbitral Women.
She has been referenced in Who's Who Legal: Arbitration Future Leaders since 2017.
"Alexandra Munoz regularly “deals with the most complex disputes” in the energy, infrastructure and telecommunications sectors."
Who's Who Legal 2021, France
« Alexandra Munoz, who has 'great analytical skills and judgement' and 'understands the strategic stakes of a case very well' »
Legal 500 EMEA 2019
« Alexandra Munoz is a 'very dynamic and bright' lawyer. She is endorsed by peers as an 'excellent counsel who is able to deal with the most complex disputes'. »
Who's Who Legal 2019, Arbitration Future Leaders
« Alexandra Munoz is 'an assertive and very efficient practitioner' who has 'a very good reputation in the French market dealing with commercial arbitration cases for French and French-speaking African clients'. »
Who's Who Legal 2019