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Dominik Loidl’s practice focuses on arbitration and litigation, in particular in the field of tech law. He has represented clients in proceedings conducted under the rules of major arbitral institutions, including the ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, and Vienna Rules, as well as in ad-hoc proceedings. He has extensive experience managing complex cases governed by the procedural and substantive laws of different jurisdictions.
In addition to his dispute resolution work, Dominik Loidl has been a lecturer on international arbitration at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) since 2018. He is a regular speaker at conferences and has authored publications in various fields, including arbitration, digital law, and international insolvency law.
Dominik Loidl studied law in Austria (University of Graz) and the United Kingdom (University of Cambridge). He graduated from law school at the top of his class and was awarded several scholarships for academic excellence. He also received awards for his participation in the Franz von Zeiller Civil Law Moot, the Model United Nations in New York, and the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. He is a co-founder of the Vis Moot team of WU Vienna as well as of VIAC’s Legal Tech Think Tank. In addition to his legal background, Dominik Loidl studied political science (Sciences Po Paris) as well as engineering management (Technical University of Vienna), with a specific focus on robotics and the practical applications of AI.
He speaks German, English and French.