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Natasha Peter

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2001
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Natasha specialises in commercial disputes and international arbitration and is allied to environmental law.

Natasha has a broad practice spanning complex commercial disputes in the energy, renewables, natural resources, construction, infrastructure and transport sectors. She has extensive experience of international arbitration, having acted for clients in the UK as well as in a variety of jurisdictions in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. She also sits as an adjudicator and arbitrator.

As well as advisory work in an extensive range of topics in English and international law, her practice includes advocacy, drafting statements of case, and assisting with contract negotiation, claims management and dispute strategy.

Qualified both an English barrister (2001) and a French avocat (2010), Natasha is also based at the pre-eminent French law firm Gide Loyrette Nouel. She is comfortable working for a range of clients from governmental and public bodies, to large or small businesses and individuals. She accepts instructions on a public access basis in suitable cases.

Natasha enjoys speaking and writing on legal topics, and is a visiting lecturer at the CY Cergy Paris University, where she teaches international arbitration and international commercial law, as well as at the Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, where she teaches drafting and written advocacy skills. She regularly publishes articles and gives seminars on topics relating to international arbitration, commercial/ contract law and alternative dispute resolution. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), a member of the European Branch Committee of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a member of the ICC Institute of World Business Law.

Delos Guide to Arbitration Places (GAP) 2nd Edition

19th July 2021

The guide covers the legal frameworks and the arbitration infrastructure of each jurisdiction. It provides practical advice to questions that arise in the day-to-day conduct of an arbitration, and will be of assistance to in-house counsel, corporate lawyers and arbitration practitioners alike.

Delos is a new and dynamic arbitral institution, established in 2014, and is making great strides in promoting an arbitration procedure which is more accessible and cost effective, particular for smaller commercial disputes. The GAP now covers 56 countries, providing a comprehensive, comparative study on arbitration places around the globe.

Natasha Peter contributed to the chapter on the law of arbitration in Morocco. Visit the link here to read the chapter. For access to all chapters, click here.

Natasha is a visiting lecturer at the Paris II, CY Cergy Paris and Sciences Po Universities. She regularly gives seminars and client training on topics relating to international arbitration, commercial/ contract law and alternative dispute resolution.

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb); Member of the European Branch Committee of the CIArb; ICC Institute of World Business Law; LCIA European Users' Council; ArbitralWomen; ICC Young Arbitrators' Forum; Tecbar

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Cornerstone Barristers’ Natasha Peter contributes to the newly published 2nd Edition of the Delos Guide to Arbitration Places

22nd July 2021

We are proud to announce that Cornerstone Barristers' Natasha Peter contributed her expertise and insight to the newly published 2nd Edition of the Delos Guide to Arbitration Places. Natasha contributed....

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Cornerstone Barristers welcomes new tenant Natasha Peter

10th June 2021

We are delighted to welcome Natasha Peter to Cornerstone Barristers. Natasha has a broad practice spanning complex commercial disputes in the energy, renewables, natural resources, construction, infrastructure and transport sectors. She has....