Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2011, Marie-Hélène Bartoli specialises in international commercial arbitration, international contract law and international dispute resolution.
Marie-Hélène has acted as counsel or assisted the arbitral tribunal in international arbitration proceedings, both institutional (ICC, CMAP) and ad hoc, in the sectors of project financing, provision of industrial services and facilities, infrastructure construction in the areas of energy and natural resources, telecommunications, software development and banking, applying the laws of several jurisdictions. Her experience also includes French court proceedings involving the challenge or enforcement of international arbitral awards, or relating to commercial disputes.
Marie-Hélène holds two Master's degrees in business law and litigation, arbitration and ADR from Paris Dauphine and Paris II - Panthéon-Assas Universities, as well as a Master's degree in business law from Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne University. She also taught French contract law as a teaching assistant at Paris West University Nanterre La Défense.
Marie-Hélène is a member of the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum and the CFA-40, and is a co-winner of the Best Award prize of the 2016 Young Arbitrators Match. She is also co-author of Chapter 7 "Searching for the Applicable Law" in WTO Litigation Investment Arbitration and Commercial Arbitration (Wolters Kluwer, July 2013) with Rupert Reece and Alexis Massot.