Christian Armando Carbajal Valenzuela

Position: Fellow
Languages Spoken: Portuguese (native), English (bilingual), French (intermediate), Spanish (intermediate)
Country: Perú
Membership Grade: Fellow

Lawyer graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with a Master degree in International Economic Law from the University of Warwick – England, specialized in International Law, National and International Arbitration and Protection of Foreign Investment. Currently with residence in Brazil.

Partner of the Departments of Arbitration & ADRs of the firm Wöss Partners S.C., based in Mexico and Washington DC and of the firm Braz Campos Advogados, with offices in São Paulo and Curitiba, Brazil.

Director of Arbitration of the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of Santa Catarina, south of
Brazil (CAMESC). Former Secretary General of the International Arbitration Center of the Lima
Chamber of Commerce (CCL), Peru. Experience as arbitrator in commercial, civil and public
procurement issues in infrastructure projects, in Peru and Brazil. Legal advisor to foreign
investors in international arbitrations before ICSID (Washington), ICC and GAFTA (London).

University Professor and Speaker of International Trade, National and International Arbitration
and Protection of Foreign Investments in Peruvian and Brazilian Universities.

Associate Editor for Brazil and Peru of Transnational Dispute Management (TDM) Online
Journal and President of the Committee on Public and Private International Law of the Inter-
American Bar Association (IABA), Washington DC.

Author of several articles related to International Arbitration and Foreign Investment in
specialized Law Journals