Jean Marie Vulliemin is an “outstanding counsel and arbitrator”, earning distinction as “a great specialist in arbitration law”.
Jean-Marie Vulliemin is in charge of the firm’s Madrid office. With broad experience in international commercial arbitration, particularly in Spain and Latin America, he acts as both counsel and arbitrator. He is very active in art and sports law, as well as international estate law.
Chambers Global has ranked Jean-Marie Vulliemin for many years as a leader in dispute resolution; in 2014, the guide placed him in the top tier of its list of “most in demand” arbitrators in Spain.
Jean-Marie Vulliemin obtained a PhD (with award) from the University of Lausanne in 1988, for his thesis: Jugement et Sentence Arbitrale. He obtained a diploma in transnational arbitration and state contracts from the Centre for Studies and Research in International Law and International Relations at the Hague Academy of International Law in 1987. He is a regular speaker and publisher on arbitration and art law.
His working languages are Spanish, French and English.
He is member of the ICC, the LCIA and the Arbitrators’ Club of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration. He is a board member of the Spanish Arbitration Club, and a former chair of the International Bar Association’s art, cultural institutions and heritage law committee.
Froriep is one of the largest law firms in Switzerland, with offices in Zurich, Geneva and Zug, as well as London and Madrid.