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Katarina is a Finnish lawyer with extensive experience in public international law and international dispute settlement. Her practice is focused on international commercial and investment arbitration, including complex cross-border commercial disputes and assistance to investor-state arbitral tribunals. Katarina has successfully represented Mexican and foreign companies in high-stakes commercial arbitrations in the fields of oil and gas, construction, and joint ventures under all major international arbitration rules as well as Mexican and Spanish arbitration rules. Katarina also participates in the firm’s domestic litigation practice and has advised clients in the enforcement of arbitral awards and proceedings in support of arbitration, including provisional measures.
Katarina is trained in both the Finnish and the Mexican legal systems, and is authorised to practice law in both countries. Before joining Von Wobeser y Sierra, Katarina worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague and the Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations in New York. Due to her dual legal training and work experience in Finland, the Netherlands, New York, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Mexico, Katarina has a keen business understanding from clients from diverse cultures and legal systems.
Katarina Lundahl is engaged in the following practice areas:
Spanish, English, French, Finnish, Swedish, German (intermediate)
Education, Professional Affiliations and Academic Activities
Master of Laws, first in her class, University of Helsinki (2014)
Bachelor of Laws, University of Helsinki (2012)
Qualification to practice law in Mexico (2016)
Specialization in Public International Law, The Hague Academy of International Law (2012)
Author of “The United Nations and the Remedy Gap: The Haiti Cholera Dispute” in “Die Friedens-Warte – Journal of International Peace and Organization” (2013)
Various board positions, including the Presidency, of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) Helsinki and Finland (2007-2010)
Member of the London Court of International Arbitration, Young International Arbitration Group; ICC Young Arbitrators Forum; and Swedish Arbitration Association.
Pro Bono and Diversity
Actively involved in the firm´s Pro Bono activities.