Virginie Colaiuta is a partner of the London office of LMS Legal LLP.
She acts as counsel, advocate and arbitrator in international arbitration proceedings in construction and energy projects, also based on investment treaties.
She regularly lectures at the MSc Programme of King’s College London on “Investment Treaty Protections” and “Conflicts of Laws” relating to construction projects.
Virginie is admitted to practise as Solicitor in England & Wales, as Avocat à la Cour in Paris (France) and Attorney at Law in New York (NY, USA).
She has also an Italian law degree from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
Virginie is the ICP Committee Editor of the International Bar Association law magazine titled “Construction Law International”.
As a result of her experience, she has an excellent understanding of the differences between civil law and common law rules applicable to construction projects.
Her track record in construction law and international arbitration has led her to being recommended as a leader in her practice by all major legal directories, such as “Chambers & Partners” and “Who’s Who Legal” where she is also listed among the “Thought Leaders for 2019”.
Doctorat en Droit (LL.D.)
Law School of the University Panthèon-Assas-Paris II, France (currently enrolled)
Master of Laws (LL.M.)
University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., 1997
Laurea in Giurisprudenza (equivalent to a J.D. degree)
Law School of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy, 1994
Italiano/ Inglese / Francese
ESCL Summer Webinars 2020
1. Programme 10 June 2020 6.30-7.30 PM CEST Speaker: Virginie Colaiuta (Partner of the London [...]
ESCL Thesis Prize 2020
The ESCL is proud to present the winners of the ESCL Master Thesis Competition 2020. The winner of t [...]
ESCL Thesis Prize 2019
The ESCL is proud to present the winners of the ESCL Master Thesis Competition 2019. The winner of t [...]
ESCL Webinar on Construction Law
24 March 2021 from 6.30-7.30 PM CET Title: Criticality visualiz [...]
ESCL Annual Conference 2020: Public Private Partnerships. What really matters
POSTPONED TO 2021 - ESCL Annual Conference 2020: Public Private Partnerships. What really matters [...]
ESCL Annual Conference 2019: Legal implications of climate change: the case for circularity
Thursday, October 24, 2019 TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture T [...]