Elodie Dulac is a partner in King & Spalding’s international arbitration practice in Singapore. She represents clients in commercial and investment arbitrations around the world, with a particular focus on Asia, where she has been based for 15 years.
She has particular expertise in energy, mining and joint venture/shareholder disputes as well as disputes involving States and State-owned entities. In addition to her work as counsel, Elodie has been appointed as arbitrator in SIAC, AIAC, HKIAC, ICC, KIAC and ad hoc arbitrations. Further, she has particular experience of Asia-Africa disputes, with seats of arbitration either in Asia or in Africa.
Elodie has been consistently recognised as a leading individual in all major professional directories. She has been described as “a class act, with a world of experience and good instincts”, an “‘outstanding practitioner’ who is recognised for her broad knowledge of investment law” and a “‘highly intellectual lawyer with deep expertise regarding energy disputes’ who possesses a ‘profound understanding of investment arbitration’”.
Elodie’s recent work highlights include representing two Singapore companies in an investment treaty arbitration against China in the mining sector, and successfully representing an Asian conglomerate in a shareholder dispute which is one of the largest SIAC arbitrations ever.
Elodie regularly speaks and writes about international arbitration. Her recent publications include “Chinese Investment Treaties: What Protection for Foreign Investment in China?”, in M.J. Moser (ed.), Dispute Resolution in China, Juris Publishing (2020).
A French national, Elodie is admitted to practice in England & Wales (Solicitor-Advocate), Paris, France and Cambodia (Foreign Lawyer). She is a Registered Foreign Lawyer at the Singapore International Commercial Court.