Clàudia is a senior associate in the public international law and arbitration team.
Clàudia Baró Huelmo specialises in public international law, international arbitration and international criminal law. She has acted as counsel for States and corporate entities in a number of international arbitration proceedings with experience in disputes in financial services, mining, recycling, construction, banking, and energy sectors.
She has advised European, Caribbean and American States as well as international organisations in public international law matters such as State succession, immunities, territorial and maritime boundaries, business and human rights, and settlement of international disputes.
Clàudia is currently serving as a member of the board of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration. She is also a delegate of the Tribunal Arbitral de Barcelona. Before joining the firm, Clàudia worked for a leading international arbitration firm in Geneva (2017-2019) and a public international boutique law firm in London (2016 - 2017). Prior to that, she taught public international law courses at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and worked in a Spanish law firm specialising in banking litigation (2015 - 2016).
Clàudia holds an LLM (2015, with distinction) in Public International Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She graduated with a Spanish law degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2014 where she has awarded the Premio Extraordinario de Licenciatura. She was also an exchange student at the University of California, Berkeley (2012 - 2013).