"Nhu-Hoang has years of experience in arbitration and is truly passionate about making the world better through arbitration"
"A fantastic and energetic advocate who will go through fire and flame to help her clients succeed!"
"She is great at working under pressure and handling complex situations with ease"
"She always produces brilliant work"
"Very clever, to the point and relentless"
Nhu-Hoang Tran Thang is a senior associate at Peter & Kim, where she practises both commercial and investment arbitration. Prior to her current role, Nhu-Hoang gained a vast experience at a prominent international law firm in Geneva and with leading international arbitrator Pierre Tercier, to whom she was the sole associate for four years.
A Swiss national with Vietnamese roots, Nhu-Hoang is French-qualified and has long-standing experience of handling cases seated in Paris and Switzerland. She has acted as arbitrator, counsel and assistant to the arbitral tribunal in over 40 arbitrations conducted under a variety of rules (ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL, SCAI, SCC, LCIA, CRCICA, DIS). In addition to representing parties in various industries, in particular in oil and gas-related disputes, Nhu-Hoang has been appointed as secretary to arbitral tribunals in numerous high-stakes, complex arbitrations.
Nhu-Hoang graduated in international relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, after which she completed her legal studies in Paris and Chicago. She holds a master’s degree in international business law from University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne; a master’s degree in international and European economic law from University Paris X Nanterre; a master’s degree in litigation, arbitration and ADR from University Paris II Assas; and a master of laws degree from Northwestern University.
A current member of the Young ICCA Advisory Board, she regularly speaks and publishes in the field of international arbitration.