White & Case (Washington)

Nicolle Kownacki

White & Case (Washington)
Lawyer (Associate)

Nicolle Kownacki is an associate at White & Case LLP’s International Arbitration and Litigation Groups in Washington, DC. She represents and advises private companies, foreign sovereigns, and international financial institutions in the resolution of international disputes. She has represented clients in arbitrations before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), as well as in litigation in US federal district and appellate courts. During law school, Ms. Kownacki served as a Managing Editor of the UCLA Law Review and Chief Articles Editor of the UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs. She worked as a clerk at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Office of the Prosecutor, in The Hague, Netherlands, and also conducted extensive pro bono research in Bogotá, Colombia, on witness protection programs for human rights victims. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Kownacki worked on extradition and mutual legal assistance requests to and from Latin America, as an international analyst at the US Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Office of International Affairs. Ms. Knowacki was admitted to the District of Columbia (2012) and California State bars (2011). She holds a J.D. from UCLA School of Law (2011) and speaks English and Spanish.


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