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Nominchimeg Odsuren

Senior Associate

Nominchimeg Odsuren
English, Japanese, Turkish, Mongolian
Practice Group

Based in the Ulaanbaatar office, Nominchimeg focuses her practice on projects, government regulatory, and international arbitration. She advises both international and domestic clients across a broad spectrum of industries including energy, construction, financial services and mining. Having received her first law degree from the University of Tokyo, Nominchimeg obtained her LLM degree from Columbia Law School where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar. She speaks English, Japanese and Mongolian.

'Young, bright' Mongolian-qualified associate Nominchimeg Odsuren is also recommended'

Legal500, Asia

Representative experience

Advising the Government of Mongolia in an UNCITRAL arbitration under the Energy Charter Treaty and the Foreign Investment Law of Mongolia.

Advising the Government of Mongolia on the proposed 315 MW reservoir-based hydroelectric power plant project on the Eg river.

Advising a major American engineering company on government contracting and commercial matters relating to a proposed industrial complex.

Advising Goldman Sachs on its equity investment in a Mongolian bank.

Advising a TSX listed company on various regulatory matters in relation to investment in strategic sectors in Mongolia.

Assisting a major Japanese bank on various aspects of its operations in Mongolia.

Advising a European property developer on its development of a prime site in Central Ulaanbaatar.

Advising a major mining company on its construction contracts for the mine development.

Education and admissions


  • LL.B., University of Tokyo
  • LL.M., University of Tokyo, Graduate School for Law and Politics

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