Thomas Voisin is hailed for his “strategic” approach to arbitration proceedings by peers who commend his “clear and concise writing skills”.
Thomas Voisin is the managing partner of Quinn Emanuel’s Paris office with more than 10 years of experience in commercial and investment arbitration. He holds both French and British citizenship. He has acted as counsel in more than 80 international arbitrations. He has represented clients in a number of international arbitrations, both ad hoc (including under the UNCITRAL Rules) and under the rules of major arbitration centres (ICC, ICSID, LCIA, SCC, AFA, etc), with particular focus on investment, energy, construction and commercial disputes. He also serves as arbitrator.
His experience includes international arbitrations in the oil and gas, power, transportation, mining, aviation and chemical sectors.
Thomas Voisin is the assistant editor of the French International Arbitration Law Reports (1963-2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and (forthcoming) 2012 editions) (edited by P Pinsolle and Tv Clay, JurisNet). He has published a number of articles in specialised arbitration publications and has spoken at various arbitration-focused conferences. He was a speaker at the IBA Annual Conference held in Washington, DC, in September 2016. He was also recently appointed as a member of the steering group of the IBA arbitration guidelines and rules subcommittee.
The latest edition of Who’s Who Legal reports that: “The ‘very smart’ Thomas Voisin is another lawyer with a strong reputation for his arbitration expertise.”