Julie Raneda is a partner in Schellenberg Wittmer's international arbitration practice in Singapore. She represents clients in international commercial, investment and sports arbitration matters.
Julie has been involved as counsel and arbitrator in complex arbitrations seated in civil and common law jurisdictions under different laws and various arbitration rules (in particular ICC, SIAC, SCAI, UNCITRAL, CAS, VIAC). Her main areas of expertise include construction and engineering, energy, pharmaceutical/life sciences, manufacturing and international sales. She also advises clients on international trade sanctions.
Examples of Julie's expertise in arbitration include representing an Asian state-owned company in ICC proceedings seated in Switzerland related to a dispute in the engineering and construction sector; representing a leading pharmaceutical company in a dispute arising from a manufacturing and supply agreement; representing an Asian company in a high-value, multi-party and multi-contract dispute; and representing a state in several investment arbitrations.
After completing a degree in international relations at the Graduate Institute Geneva, Julie graduated with a law degree from the University of Geneva. Julie Raneda joined Schellenberg Wittmer in 2008. She also practiced at a leading international law firm in London in 2014–2015.
Julie regularly speaks on topics related to arbitration. She is the chair of the ASA South East Asia chapter and vice chair of the IPBA Next Generation Committee. Julie is AIJA's National Representative in Singapore and a co-founder of the Women's Business Society established in Geneva in 2012.