Anne-Karin Grill joins Schoenherr’s dispute resolution practice group as counsel
Schoenherr has announced the appointment of Anne-Karin Grill as counsel. Grill will apply her expertise in international procedural law, arbitration law and alternative dispute resolution as a member of the law firm’s dispute resolution practice group. Her activities will focus on commercial arbitration and complex multi-jurisdictional disputes.
Grill earned her law degree at the University of Vienna (2001) before obtaining a Master of Arts in International Security Studies from Georgetown University (Fulbright Fellow 2004). Her international experience also includes work as a legal adviser at the Permanent Mission of Austria to the United Nations in New York.
Before joining Schoenherr, Grill, who is regularly appointed as (sole) arbitrator in international arbitration proceedings, worked at Vienna-based law firms Binder Grösswang and Gassauer-Fleissner. She is accredited as a mediator by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) in London.
In addition to regularly publishing on topical issues of arbitration and (international) procedural law, she serves as lecturer at the Institute for Civil Procedure at the University of Vienna.
Grill, who speaks German, English, French and Swedish, is a member of the Austrian Arbitration Association (ArbAut), the International Bar Association (IBA), the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the Association Suisse de l’Arbitrage (ASA), the SCC Young Arbitrators Sweden (YAS) and CEDR Exchange.
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