Camille Martini’s practice focuses on international arbitration and litigation, anti-corruption and compliance.

Camille joined the firm in 2018.

Selected Activities

  • Lecturer, International Investment Law, Sorbonne Law School.
  • Member, Working Group on Principles for a 21st Century Investment Law Regime, Boston College Law School and Pontifical University of Chile.

  • Fellow, Law & Justice in the Americas Program, Boston College Law School.
  • Co-founder, Sorbonne Student Law Review.


ICSID Reports, Vol. 18, case summary and digest of General Dynamics United Kingdom Limited (United Kingdom) v. The State of Libya (ICC Case No. 19222/EMT), Final Award (5 January 2016), August 2020

L’exécution des sentences arbitrales contre les Etats et leurs émanations à l’aune de la loi Sapin II, note sous Paris, 5 Septembre 2019 (with Jean-Yves Garaud), Revue de l’Arbitrage, January-March 2020 issue

Airbus Enters Into a Coordinated Resolution of Foreign Bribery Investigation With U.S., UK, and French Authorities for a Total of €3.6 Billion,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, February 19, 2020

French Criminal Court Orders UBS to Pay a Record EUR 4.5 Billion in Tax Fraud Case,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, February 28, 2019

Avoiding the Planned Obsolescence of Modern International Investment Agreements: Can General Exception Mechanisms Be Improved, and How?” November 2018

Book Review: The Evolution of International Arbitration by Alex Stone Sweet and Florian Grisel,” July 31, 2017

Balancing Investors’ Rights with Environmental Protection in International Investment Arbitration,” March 1, 2017