Carla Chavich is an Executive Vice President and the Head of the International Arbitration Practice in North America.
Carla Chavich’s work is focused on international arbitration matters, where she performs economic, regulatory and financial analyses in the context of international treaty and commercial disputes. She has participated in more than 70 arbitration cases involving both treaty and contractual disputes rendering opinions on damage assessment, contract interpretation and regulatory conduct in a variety of sectors. She has worked on projects in various industries in diverse locations, including Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Djibouti, Ecuador, Ghana, Mexico, Peru, Rumania, Spain, United States and Venezuela. She has also led several regulatory consultancy projects.
Carla Chavich is named amongst the Thought Leaders Global Elite Arbitration Expert Witnesses, receiving the highest number of nominations from corporate counsel, peers and other market sources in Who’s Who Legal Arbitration. Carla has been recognized as an “an outstanding analytical expert,” who is “quick on her feet” and is “loved by clients for her thoroughness and practical approach.” Carla has been also recognized for “her sterling advice on mine valuations as well as her experience providing expert testimony during international arbitrations” in Who’s Who Legal Mining.
Carla Chavich is a CFA® charterholder and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. She obtained her degree in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés with summa cum laude honours.