Partner, Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte; Global Adjunct Professor of Law, NYU Law in Paris; Lecturer, Bucerius Law School; Visiting Professor, International Hellenic University

Areas of Expertise: International arbitration in the fields of investments, post M&A, construction, energy, commercial; public international law; private international law

Arbitration Experience: Acted as counsel and arbitrator (chair, sole, party-appointed) in numerous domestic and international arbitrations.

Subject-matter of arbitrated disputes: investments, post M&A, construction, energy, commercial

Languages: English, French, German, Spanish

Education: Bucerius Law School (State exam with honors and LLB), Columbia Law School (exchange semester), Goethe University (PhD – summa cum laude), New York University (Global Hauser Fellow from Practice & Government)

Professional Career: Friedrich is partner with Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte where his practice focuses on international arbitration (2011 – present). Before joining Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte, he worked as a consultant for the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia (2011).

Friedrich is also Global Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU Law in Paris (since 2016), Lecturer for investment arbitration at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg (since 2014) and Visiting Professor for arbitration at the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki (since 2013).

He is an alternate member of the International Law Association’s Investment Committee and has published extensively on international arbitration (Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Kluwer, Juris).