A graduate of Sorbonne Law School and Boston College Law School, Camille Martini assists clients in criminal law, investigations and enforcement matters, and represents investors and sovereigns in commercial and investment treaty arbitration proceedings before ICSID and other arbitration institutions.
Camille teaches international investment law as a lecturer at the Sorbonne Law School. He is also a member of the Working Group on principles for 21st Century Investment Law Regime at Boston College Law School and Pontifical University of Chile, a co-founder of the Sorbonne Student Law Review and a former member of the law and justice in the Americas programme at the Boston College Law School. Camille has written numerous publications on international investment law in French and US publications.
A member of the Paris and New York Bars, Camille joined the Paris office of Cleary Gottlieb in 2018.