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Giosan, Radu

C. Radu Giosan


*Foreign Qualified, Admitted in New York

Direct Tel: +33 1 7344 6018, Direct Fax: +33 1 7344 6100
Tel: +33 1 73 44 60 00 Fax: +33 1 73 44 61 00

Radu Giosan is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s Paris office.  He joined the firm in 2019.  His practice focuses on international commercial and investment arbitration.  His work involves advising and representing companies, states and state-owned entities.  He has experience in arbitrations conducted under the rules of major arbitration centers (ICSID, ICC, LCIA, VIAC, SCAI, SIAC, etc.), in particular international arbitrations involving oil & gas, joint-ventures, finance, and telecommunications. 

Prior to joining the firm, Radu trained at international arbitration law firms in London, Paris, and Milan.  He actively writes on the topics of ethics, technology, and artificial intelligence in international arbitration.  Radu regularly attends the Willem C. Vis Moot as an arbitrator and serves as an advisor to the Penn State Law Vis Moot Team (Champions of the 26 Willem C. Vis Moot).

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science
    (LL.M., 2018)
  • The Pennsylvania State University, The Dickinson School of Law
    (J.D., 2017)
    • Penn State Arbitration Law Review:
      • Editor-at-Large, 2016-2017
      • Associate Editor for Articles Section, 2015-2016
  • McGill University
    (B.A., Joint-Honours, Political Science & History, 2014)
    • McGill International Review:
      • Editor, 2012-2013
The State Bar of New York; Admitted in New York only (practicing under direct supervision of a member of the Paris bar)
  • English
  • Romanian
  • Forthcoming, Dr. Georg Adler & C. Radu Giosan, “Science and Technology in International Arbitration: But to What End?” in the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration (2020)
  • Forthcoming, Prof. Catherine Rogers with C. Radu Giosan, “Ethics in International Contracts”, in Petra Butler, International Commercial Contracts: Law and Practice, Oxford University Press (2019)
  • Radu Giosan “Democratic Deficit from Below: Elections and the Electorate,” McGill International Review, vol. 2: 39-49 (2013)