Leboulanger & Associés
Philippe Leboulanger, Founding Partner of Leboulanger & Associés, is an Attorney called to the Paris and Athens Bars. Doctor of Laws (Private International Law), LLM Private Law, LLM Comparative Law, LLM Criminal Law, Mr. Leboulanger is lecturer on International Arbitration at Panthéon-Assas University (Paris II) and former Chairman (2010-2012) of the French Arbitration Committee (CFA). His specialisations include international business law, litigation and international arbitration. He has appeared as Counsel, and has been appointed as Co-Arbitrator, Sole Arbitrator and Chairman of Arbitral Tribunals in numerous international arbitrations (ICC, UNCITRAL, ICSID, CRCICA, DIAC, LCIA, CCJA – OHADA, Ad Hoc) concerning State Contracts, Construction, Sales, Distribution, Investments, Oil and Gas, Transfer of Technology, Joint-Ventures, etc. He is a member of various Panels including ICC (French Committee, ICC Institute of World Business Law) ; CRCICA (Vice-President, Advisory Committee, Member of the Board of Trustees) ; DIAC (Member of the Board of Trustees) ; London Court of International Arbitration ; Lecturer and visiting professor at various universities in Paris, Cairo and Bucharest, Mr. Leboulanger is the author of “Les contrats entre Etats et entreprises étrangères” and has written numerous articles and notes on international arbitration. He has spoken at various conferences and seminars in the UK, Europe, Africa, India, North and South America and the Middle East.