Dr. Nadine Lederer, LL.M. (MIDS)

Dr. Nadine Lederer, LL.M. (MIDS)

Senior Associate

Email nadine.lederer@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 89 290 12 0

Fax +49 89 290 12 222

LanguagesEnglish, French, German

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Nadine Lederer advises national and international clients in pre-arbitral scenarios as well as in contractual and commercial disputes before arbitral tribunals. She is also frequently involved in arbitration-related litigation proceedings before national courts, such as enforcement actions. Her arbitration experience includes in particular disputes under the LCIA and DIS Arbitration Rules.

Nadine studied law and economics with a focus on private international and civil procedure law in Munich and Bayreuth. She completed her doctoral thesis in the area of private international law and obtained an LL.M. degree in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS) from the Geneva University Law School and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, which focused on commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and public international law.

Prior to joining us, Nadine worked as an Associate in the IT law department of an international law firm in Munich.

Nadine is a regional co-chair of DIS40 in Munich, the young practitioners group of the German Arbitration Institute.

She regularly publishes in the area of international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

Education and admissions


LL.M., University of Geneva/Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), 2017

Dr. iur., University of Bayreuth, 2015

Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Munich, 2012

First State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2010



Young ICCA

ASA below 40




Representative experience

Representing a leading automotive company in enforcement proceedings of an ICC award in Germany.

Advising a manufacturer of medical devices in an LCIA arbitration concerning damages for breach of contract.

Advising on questions of liability of arbitrators.

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