The right choice.
Diligent, focused and with a wealth of experience in international arbitration across the globe, Lucy Greenwood is your best choice for an independent arbitrator. She is passionate about delivering prompt, efficient service and a well reasoned and articulated award.
An English national, Lucy Greenwood is dual qualified in English and Texas law. She has practised international arbitration for over twenty years, initially as an attorney with Linklaters LLP in London and Paris before joining Norton Rose Fulbright LLP in Houston in 2008. Her background working in Europe and the United States, together with her dual qualifications, make her uniquely placed to manage cultural and legal differences between parties. She is experienced as a sole arbitrator, chair and a member of a panel of three arbitrators. She is listed as an arbitrator on the panels of all the major arbitration institutions, including the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), the American Arbitration Association (AAA), the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR), the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC) and Kuala Lumpur Regional Center for Arbitration (KLRAC).
Having practised in Houston from 2008 to 2017, Lucy has a wealth of experience in energy related disputes, including deepwater drilling, fracking chemicals, environmental remediation issues, recovery of assets, JOAs, and charterparty disputes. She is also experienced in investment treaty arbitrations, IT licensing and healthcare disputes and joint ventures. She has been recognized for her arbitrator experience in numerous publications, including Legal 500, Global Arbitration Review and Who's Who Legal. Now based in the UK, Lucy is a highly efficient arbitrator and excellent chair.
Need an arbitrator to act as a sounding board to help you refine and develop your client's case? Consider retaining Lucy Greenwood as a mock arbitrator to hear the case and advise you on its strengths and weaknesses. Lucy Greenwood is also in demand as a consultant in relation to firms managing international arbitration cases who may need additional expertise in this area.