Alexandre Vagenheim

Head of Impact & Global Relations Jus Mundi

Alexandre Vagenheim is VP of Global Legal Data at Jus Mundi where he leads the company’s data strategy. Alexandre focus also on extending Jus Mundi’s institutional relations and database to all areas of international law. Alexandre is leading Jus Mundi’s transformation into a mission-led company.

Alexandre is a French qualified international arbitration and environmental lawyer. He regularly advises and participates in NGO's environmental litigations and has been assisting companies in various aspects of their Environment and Social Governance. 

Prior to joining Jus Mundi, Alexandre has represented clients in a wide range of matters involving international commercial arbitration, international investment disputes and French court litigation at the former arbitration practice of Castaldi Mourre & Partners in Paris. In addition to his experience as counsel, Alexandre has also acted as secretary to arbitral tribunals in international arbitrations during his time as research assistant to the late Prof. Martin Hunter at Essex Court Chambers, London.

Alexandre was appointed lecturer in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and private international law within the LL M program of King's College and at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Alexandre is the author of numerous publications in the field of international business law and arbitration law and is member of several scientific and professional institutions dedicated to international arbitration and environmental law.

Alexandre is fluent in French, English and Italian and has working knowledge of Spanish. He is admitted to the Paris Bar since 2011.

Agenda Sessions

Fit for Purpose?

Does Arbitration Truly Represent the Disputes Silver-bullet for African Mining Conflicts?

Thursday 09 February 13:15 - 14:00 Roof Terrace

General Counsel Forum

Add to calendar 02/09/2023 13:15 02/09/2023 14:00 Fit for Purpose? Does Arbitration Truly Represent the Disputes Silver-bullet for African Mining Conflicts? Roof Terrace Europe/London

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