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Based in Paris, London and Rome, Prof.Carducci works in Europe and internationally

Working languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian (mother tongue), fair Portuguese

Prof.Carducci’s services rely on these complementary features:

Private and public international legal experience: international and intergovernmental responsibilities (6 years), academia (26 years), private practice (15 years, as legal counsel and expert witness, arbitrator)

International and intergovernmental experience as Chief of the International Standards Section at UNESCO (Paris Headquarters) in charge of treaty-making and of the implementation of UNESCO Conventions, Recommendations and Declarations on art, cultural property and heritage, for the (192) Governments of Member States. He also gained the rather unique experience of mediator between Greece and the United Kingdom with regard to the Parthenon Marbles in the British Museum

Dispute resolution experience as international arbitrator and legal expert in commercial and investment cases

Arbitrator and mediator on the ICSID and various other Panels, Chartered Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London

Member of three ICC Commissions in Paris: on Arbitration and ADR, Competition, Commercial Law and Practice

Independence, absence of conflict of interests, fluent in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian (mother tongue), fair Portuguese

Legal and cultural flexibility gained: a) working in various Civil and Common Law jurisdictions, with Governments, their legal experts and entities, and with the private legal and industry sectors; and b) studying and teaching law in various jurisdictions

Long years of academic analysis and teaching of the law, holder of research fellowships 

Two monographs and forty articles published, in particular: International Restitution Claims of Stolen or Illegally Exported Works of Art and Cultural Property : Private International Law, European Directive, UNESCO and UNIDROIT Conventions (LGDJ, 490 pages)

Two Ph.Ds. on international transactions, arbitration and litigation, Hague Academy of International Law  (Diploma), four post-graduate LLMs/DEAs, French and Italian legal education