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Bredin Prat
75007 PARIS
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International Arbitration




Veronika Korom, Associate, is a member of the International Arbitration team. She advises companies clients in relation to commercial arbitration and investment arbitration matters. She acts as a counsel in large-scale and complex arbitration proceedings under the main arbitration rules (ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA and CCS), and in particular in investment arbitrations involving States from the Middle East and Member States of the European Union and questions of EU law. She advises companies and States in a variety of economic sectors such as energy, gas and hydrocarbons, construction, telecommunications, civil aviation and mining. She also serves as secretary to arbitral tribunals and represents clients in various types of annulment and setting-aside proceedings, as well as in enforcement proceedings and proceedings before the Courts of the European Union.

Veronika is referenced as arbitrator on the list of the Court of Arbitration of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce.

Veronika is Assistant Professor at the Public and Private Policy Department of the ESSEC Business School in Paris where she teaches international business law, EU law and international arbitration. She is also a lecturer at the Paris Dauphine University and the Pázmány Péter University of Budapest.

Prior to joining Bredin Prat, Veronika worked in the international arbitration department of Shearman & Sterling in Paris and previously in the finance team of Clifford Chance in London and Paris. She has also worked in university research in the field of comparative contract and company law at the Universities of Oxford, Vienna and Brussels.


French, English, Hungarian, German


Admitted to the Budapest Bar as Registered foreign lawyer in 2013, to the Paris Bar in 2012 and Solicitor of England and Wales in 2010.


Veronika is a graduate of the Université Aix-Marseille III (Doctorate in law, 2014), of the University of Oxford (MJur, 2005), of the Université Eötvös Loránd of Budapest (dr. jur., 2004) and of the Université Aix-Marseille III (Licence en droit, 2002).