Chié Nakahara is a Partner in the International Arbitration Practice at Nishimura & Asahi.
Chié, being dual-qualified to practice in both Japan and New York, has represented parties in international and domestic arbitral proceedings, ranging from multi-million to multi-billion US dollar disputes. Her experience covers a wide range of institutional rules, including the SIAC, ICC, AAA, HKIAC, JCAA, and KCAB, in various seats. She has extensive experience in dealing with disputes covering a wide spectrum of subjects/industries, including construction, joint ventures, post-M&A, government contracts, automobile manufacturing, consumer retail, distributorships, electrical appliance manufacturing, heavy equipment manufacturing, online games, energy, oil, and gas, etc. Chié has also been appointed as an arbitrator, serving as a member on a panel of arbitrators for the SIAC, KCAB International, JCAA, and Daiichi Tokyo Bar Arbitration Center.
Chié holds an undergraduate law degree from Kyoto University (LL.B.) and master’s degree from Stanford Law School (LL.M. in International Economic Law, Business and Policy), and also a Fellow of CIArb.