Carol M. Welu has more than 30 years of remarkably broad international experience representing large multinational corporations and national governments. She has acted as lead counsel in complex multijurisdictional international disputes, major international investigations and large cross-border transactions and restructurings.
Carol is a US-British dual citizen. She is dual qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and as a member of the District of Columbia Bar. She has practiced 20 years in Europe and 13 years in Washington DC.
Carol’s extensive international dispute resolution experience includes London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), UNCITRAL and Iran-US Claims Tribunal proceedings.
Carol has worked since 1997 in London, where she has served as lead counsel in complex multijurisdictional international disputes between major companies in the CIS, the Middle East and Europe.
While in Prague from 1992 to 1997, Carol was lead counsel to several national governments in a number of major privatization and post-privatization transactions and lead counsel in major investigations and disputes.
Carol recently spoke on “New Anti-Corruption Trends in International Investment Arbitration” at the III International Judicial Forum: Judicial Reform in Ukraine: European vector (March 2015).
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