Felipe Volio-Soley focuses his practice on international conflicts in Latin America and around the world. He represents clients in arbitrations related to cross-border commercial disputes.
Felipe Volio-Soley is a Costa Rican lawyer with international experience. Previously, he worked in the fields of international arbitration and banking and finance in top-tier U.S. and Central American law firms. He also completed an internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. He regularly publishes academic articles and currently serves as the Director of the Costa Rican Journal of International Law.
Felipe Volio-Soley focuses on contractual disputes, frequently involving private international law. He also has particular experience with arbitration proceedings involving state-owned enterprises. Another focus of his work concerns complex – and primarily international – construction disputes. He is bilingual in Spanish and English and is fluent in German.