Alba Briones

Alba Briones

Senior Associate

Email alba.briones@​

Phone +34 91 349 81 84

Fax +34 91 349 82 01

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

As a senior associate in our International Arbitration and Litigation Group, Alba Briones focuses her practice at Hogan Lovells in commercial litigation and arbitration as well as investment arbitration. She brings extensive experience in contract, construction, engineering, energy an corporate disputes.

Alba has acted before the ICC, CAM, CIMA, ICDR and ICSID, as well as in ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Rules, as Counsel or Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal.

Before joining Hogan Lovells, Alba worked for over four years for the renowned Spanish arbitrator, Mr Juan Fernández-Armesto. Alba was Co-Chair of the Spanish Arbitration Club under forty for the 2013-2014 period.

Education and admissions


LL.M., Instituto de Empresa de Madrid, 2014

Business Management, Universidad Pontificia Comillas - ICADE, 2009

Law Degree, Universidad Pontificia Comillas - ICADE, 2008


Member, Spanish Arbitration Club (CEA)

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Representing a Spanish Engineering Group against a subcontractor regarding the execution of a thermoelectric central in a Latin-American country.

Representing a Spanish Financial Entity in an arbitration before the Madrid Arbitration Court (CAM) regarding compliance with a shareholder's agreement.

Representing a Spanish mining company in an arbitration before the Madrid Arbitration Court (CAM) regarding the termination of a services agreement.

Representing an Engineering company in an arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) regarding the payment of engineering services provided.

Representing Latin American State in investment arbitration before UNCITRAL.

Representing Central American State in investment arbitration before the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)

Representing a Spanish investor in dispute against Latin American government for breach of Fair and Equitable Treatment obligations before ICSID.

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