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2015 Institute Prize laureates

In 2015, 17 theses competed for the Institute Prize.

For the first time, the Jury split the 2015 Institute Prize between two laureates:

Annabelle Mockesch with her thesis entitled: Attorney-Client Privilege in International Commercial Arbitration. Professor Dr Dres. h.c. Herbert Kronke (Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, Germany) was the director of her thesis.

Cecile Pellegrini with her thesis entitled: Droits Applicables au Contrat International – Etude théorique et pratique du dépeçage volontaire. Professor Cyril Nourissat (Universite Lyon 3, France) was the director of her thesis.


2013 Institute Prize laureate

In 2013, 14 theses competed for the Institute Prize.

Arno Gildemeister was the Institute Prize laureate in 2013 with his thesis entitled: L’arbitrage des différends fiscaux en droit international des investissements. Professor Emmanuel Gaillard (University of Paris-Est – Val de Marne) and Professor Gerald Masch (University of Munster) were the directors of his thesis.


2011 Institute Prize laureate

In 2011, 34 theses competed for the Institute Prize.

Claire Debourg was the Institute Prize laureate in 2011 with her thesis entitled: Les contrariétés de décisions dans l’arbitrage international. Professor Francois-Xavier Train was the director of her thesis.


2009 Institute Prize laureate

Denis Mouralis was the Institute Prize laureate in 2009 with his thesis entitled: Arbitration confronted by Parallel Proceedings.

A special mention from the Jury was awarded to Matthieu Maisonneuve for his thesis entitled: The Arbitration of Sport Disputes.


2007 Institute Prize laureate

Vincent Chantebout the first laureate of the Institute Prize in 2007. His thesis was entitled: The prohibition of the review on the substance of the arbitral award.

A special mention from the Jury was awarded to Charles-Emmanuel Cote for his thesis entitled: The participation of private persons in the settlement of international economic disputes: the enlargement of legal standing in the WTO.