Dr Réka Ágnes Papp specialises in international arbitration, private international law and international investment law.
Réka has been involved in complex international commercial and investment arbitration proceedings under various arbitration rules and laws. Réka has experience in the fields of construction, energy and aviation.
Réka is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for International Dispute Resolution (CIDS) in Geneva and is also a guest lecturer in international arbitration at the Master of Laws in International Trade Law at the International Training Centre of the ILO.
Prior to joining Archipel, Réka was counsel in the Office of Professor Pierre Tercier. She was also a senior lecturer at the MIDS Geneva LL.M and worked as an associate in a law firm in Vienna, Austria.
Réka holds a PhD in law and a master’s degree in international commercial law from the University of Lorraine in France as well as a J.D. from the University of ELTE in Budapest, Hungary.
Réka is fluent in English, French and Hungarian and has a very good command of German.
- Introduction to certain fundamental aspects of international arbitration in the framework of the Arbitration Systems and ADR class at the Master of Laws in International Trade Law, ITCILO, University of Turin since 2019
- Presentation at the Young ICCA Webinar: Introduction to Arbitral Secretary Appointments on 29 September 2021
- Moderating the panel on Arbitration agreements and awards as investments at the ICC-CIDS Conference on Enforcement, setting aside and related treaty claims: a view from Europe, Geneva, 10 mai 2019
- ‘Representation of States in Investment Arbitrations Involving Governments Competing for International Recognition’ in Investments in Conflict Zones (Nijhoff International Investment Law Series 2020)
- ‘The Role of Independent Administrative Authorities in Global Governance’ [2016/2017] 18 Yearbook of Private International Law pp 543-567
- ‘The impact of Regulation 1/2003 on Hungarian competition law’  Revue Concurrences p 272
- Collaboration in the preparation of the following book: L. Bernardeau and J.-P. Christienne Les amendes en droit de la concurrence (Larcier 2013)
- ‘The End of the Saga Surrounding Article 5 (1) (b) of the Brussels I Regulation‘  European Law Reporter p 228