Maria Teder

Senior Associate

Estonia

+372 5358 6107

Maria Teder is a senior associate with a special focus on cross-border litigation and commercial arbitration.

Before joining Ellex in Estonia she was an international dispute resolution lawyer at the global headquarters of GE Oil & Gas in Florence, Italy, where she was involved in complex construction arbitrations and managed various commercial and construction disputes in the EMEA region. Due to her extensive international experience, she mainly represents clients as counsel in international arbitrations (ad hoc, ICC, SCC), including investment arbitrations, in Estonia and abroad.

Maria has an LL.M. degree in international commercial arbitration law from Stockholm University. She is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Tartu and devotes her time to the team from the University of Tartu for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot on the topics of international commercial law and arbitration.

2014

University of Tartu, Estonia

Master of Laws (LL.M.)

2012

International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris, France

Summer University in Commercial and Investment Arbitration

2011

Stockholm University

Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Commercial Arbitration Law

2010

University of Tartu, Estonia

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)

2009

Xiamen Academy of International Law in Xiamen

China Summer University in Public International Law

2009

Voronezh State University, Russia

Exchange Studies

2007-2008

University of Liège, Belgium

Exchange Studies

2014

Estonian Bar Association

2013

ICAL Alumni Association

2012

Young-OGEMID

2011

Young International Arbitration Group of the London Centre for International Arbitration (YIAG)

2020

Estonia: International Arbitration 2020

Global Legal Insights – International Arbitration 2020 (Estonia chapter)
Ots, Arne; Teder, Maria; Kreevald, Karl

2019

Estonia: International Arbitration 2019
International Arbitration Laws and Regulations 2019 (Estonia chapter)
Teder, Maria; Vaher, Toomas
The ICLG to: International Arbitration, 2019

2019

Compatibility, Novelty, Practical Corollary? A Collective Analysis of the Prague Rules

Have a look at the Young ICCA collaborative project to which our Senior Associate Maria Teder contributed on the topic of Iura Novit Curia principle as introduced by the Prague Rules and on the conduct of the proceedings under the said rules.