Eva Götzen

Eva Götzen

[email protected]

Eva is an arbitration expert and a member of the firm’s dispute resolution team in Milan.

She advises and assists both Italian and international clients, across a number of industry sectors, in bringing claims or defending actions in both domestic and international arbitration proceedings (ICC; LCIA; ad hoc) as well as in civil and commercial litigation disputes. She is highly regarded in the market, with particular skills in solving both conflict of laws and conflict of jurisdiction issues in relation to multi-national disputes and in adopting a practical, ‘hands-on’ approach to working with clients.

Eva qualified at the Milan bar in 2012. Prior to joining Osborne Clarke in 2017, she worked for a leading commercial firm in Milan.

She holds a Law degree magna cum laude and a Ph.D. in International Law from the University of Milan, with a dissertation in Private International Law. In 2016 she took part to the Sixth Max Planck PostDoc Conference on European Private Law organised by the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg. Moreover, she joined the Visiting Research Fellowship Programme at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London many times. Furthermore, she co-operated in the publication of S. Bariatti, Cases and Materials on EU Private International Law, Oxford, 2011.

Eva is currently a teaching assistant to the International Law Chair at the University of Milan – Faculty of law and she is particularly active in publishing articles in peer-reviewed journals and in participating as a speaker at both Italian and international legal conferences.

The Law Reviews content