Adriana Noemi Pucci is a leading lawyer specialized in domestic and international commercial arbitration.

Adriana has advised clients and acted as an arbitrator in arbitrations involving a wide array of issues, including: contracts with public administration; construction of wind farms; construction of hydroelectric power plants; power purchase agreements; real estate incorporation; construction contracts; guaranteed maximum price construction contracts; hotel management disputes; franchising disputes; corporate disputes; shareholders agreement disputes; future commodities agreements; agency and distribution agreements; port services disputes; unfair competition; international sale of goods; service provision disputes, among others.

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She has practiced as counsel, defending clients in arbitrations conducted pursuant to the rules of domestic arbitration chambers [CAM-CCBC; FIESP/CIESP; AMCHAM; FGV] and international arbitration institutions [i.e. ICC and LCIA]. She has also acted as an expert witness before the Court of Arbitration for Sport [CAS].

Adriana is regularly appointed as co-arbitrator, president of the arbitral tribunal as well as sole arbitrator in proceedings conducted under the auspices of several arbitral institutions. She has also been appointed as arbitrator in ad hoc arbitration proceedings.

Adriana is member of the list of arbitrators of the following arbitral chambers:

  • ICDR [International Centre for Dispute Resolution - A division of the American Arbitration Association];

  • SHIAC [Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Center]

  • CAM-CCBC (Câmara de Mediação e Arbitragem da CCBC- Câmara de Comércio Brasil Canadá);

  • CAM FIESP/CIESP [Câmara de Arbitragem e Mediação FIESP- Federação das Industrias do Estado de São Paulo];

  • CAM [Câmara de Arbitragem do Mercado - BM&FBOVESPA];

  • CAESP [Câmara de Arbitragem do Estado de São Paulo];

  • ARBITAC [Câmara de Arbitragem da Associação Comercial do Estado de Paraná];

  • CAE [Câmara de Arbitragem das Eurocâmaras];

  • CEMARC [Centro de Mediación y Arbitraje Comercial de la Cámara Argentina de Comercio y Servicios, Buenos Aires, Argentina];

  • Centro de Conciliación, Arbitraje y Amigable Composición de Medellin para Antioquia [Colombia];

  • CAMARB [Câmara de Arbitragem Empresarial - Brasil];

  • CAM-FIEP [Câmara de Arbitragem e Mediação da FIEP- Federação das Industrias do Estado de Paraná];

  • CMA-IE [Câmara de Arbitragem e Mediação do Instituto de Engenharia de São Paulo];

  • CAMITAL [Câmara de Mediação e Arbitragem da Câmara Italo Brasileira de Comércio, Indústria e Agricultura]

  • IMAB [Instituto de Mediação e Arbitragem do Brasil].

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  • PhD in Economic and Financial Law, University of São Paulo (Brazil), 2003.
  • Masters in Latin America Integration, PROLAM, University of São Paulo (Brazil), 1997.
  • Public Notary, Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Argentine Republic), 1990.
  • Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B), Universidad Católica de Santa Fé (Argentine Republic), 1988.

Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish (native language)

Additional information

Member of the Brazilian Bar Association [OAB/SP]

MMember of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) Administrative Council

Member of the Superior Council of the Mediation and Arbitration Chamber of CIESP/FIESP;

Vice-President of the Arbitral Council of the State of São Paulo (CAESP);

Legal Director of the Arbitration and Mediation Chamber of the São Paulo Institute of Engineering (CMA-IE);

Member of the Board of Director of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) [2013-2015];

Editor-in-chief of the Brazilian Arbitration Review [2003-2013].


Arbitragem Comercial Nos Países Do Mercosul

Arbitragem Comercial Internacional

Aspectos Atuais da Arbitragem
Editora Forense

Investment Protection in Brazil
Wolters Kluwer
Daniel Levy, Ana Gerdau de Borja &
Adriana Noemi Pucci – Editors