Christina Luo is an associate in the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Her practice focuses on both international commercial arbitration and international investment treaty arbitrations. Christina has experience in disputes in a wide range of sectors, including energy and gas, construction and infrastructure, and aerospace. She recently acted as counsel in a major Asian price review dispute, sited in Singapore with English law applying, as well as in other LNG cargo disputes.

Her practice covers all day-to-day issues that arise in the course of international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations, and specifically price review arbitration, including document disclosure, drafting of memorials and other written submissions, and hearing preparation.

While in law school, Christina clerked at the Federal Trade Commission and the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio.

She is fluent in Chinese.

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  • Acting for an Asian party in an Asia-based LNG price review arbitration, administered under the SIAC Rules, with an amount in dispute of several hundred million US dollars, with English law applying.
  • Acting for an Asian party in an ICC arbitration in relation to LNG cargo deliveries under a long-term gas supply contract.
  • Acting for an Asian party in a missed cargo dispute.


  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2021
  • University of California, San Diego, B.A., 2017


  • District of Columbia, 2023
  • Ohio, 2021


  • English
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
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