Katarina Lundahl
Associate

Phone:+52 (55) 5258-1059
klundahl@vwys.com.mx

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Phone:+52 (55) 5258-1059
klundahl@vwys.com.mx

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  • Education & Experience
    • Diploma in Energy Law, Escuela Libre de Derecho, Mexico City.
    • Master of Laws (LL.M.), International Law, first in class, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.
    • Law Degree (J.D.), Universidad de Helsinki, Helsinki.
  • Affiliations & Academic Activities
    • Clive Parry Prize for International Law, University of Cambridge, 2019.
    • Volterra Fietta Prize for International Investment Law, University of Cambridge, 2019.
    • Senior Honorary Scholar, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, 2019.
    • David Pearl Prize, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, 2019.
    • Adjunct Professor, International Litigation, Escuela Libre de Derecho, since 2018.
    • Member of the Young Arbitrators Forum, International Chamber of Commerce, since 2014.
    • Member of the Young International Arbitration Group, London Court of International Arbitration, since 2014.
    • Member of the Swedish Arbitration Association, since 2014.
    • Author, “The United Nations and the Remedy Gap: The Haiti Cholera Dispute”, Die Friedens-Warte, vol. 88, núm. 3/4, 2013, pág. 77-117.
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    • Spanish, English, Finnish, Swedish and French.
  • Katarina is an associate of Von Wobeser y Sierra who is part of the Arbitration practice of the firm and specializes in commercial arbitration and investor-state disputes.


    More than seven years into her career, she has participated in dozens of commercial and investment arbitrations, many of them related to contracts with state companies from the energy sector. In particular, she has experience in disputes regarding renewable energy, pipelines, joint ventures and infrastructure projects in Latin America. She has experience in mediation and enforcement proceedings before Mexican courts, and she has assisted arbitral tribunals in investment disputes. She also advises on public international law, and on bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements. Before joining the firm, Katarina worked in the Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations and the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia. Due to her international work experience and dual legal training in Finland and Mexico, she has a unique legal perspective that combines experience in international and commercial law to serve the cross-border needs of our clients.