Dr. Beata Fröhlich, LLM (UCL), international arbitration expert, is a fully qualified lawyer
registered with the Bar Association, Professor of law and Complaints and Appeals Officer at
MIUC, she is also a visiting lecturer of LLM programme at Centro de Estudios Garrigues in
Before moving to MIUC, Dr. Fröhlich was a Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill, Montreal, Canada in
the field of international commercial and investment arbitration and a Visiting Scholar at
Columbia Law School, New York, United States. Dr. Fröhlich holds a PhD in Law. She
completed and was awarded an LL.M. in Commercial Law from University College London, an
LL.M. degree from Vilnius University and has participated in an Exchange Programme where
she studied EU and International Law in Vrije Universiteit in Brussels.
Dr. Fröhlich has been awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law from King's
College London, and a Practice Diploma in International Joint Ventures from College of Law of
England and Wales, and has completed an international commercial and investment arbitration
programme at the International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris.
Dr. Fröhlich is the recipient of the Swiss Arbitration Academy Grant, and has been awarded the
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Arbitration of the Universities of Lucerne, together with the
University of Neuchâtel as well as the Swiss Arbitration Academy (SAA) and the Arbitration
Practitioner (ArbP) diploma issued by the SAA. Dr. Fröhlich was a speaker at Post-Doctoral
School 2016 at Max Planck Institute Luxembourg, and she is Regional Representative for YIAG
Dr. Fröhlich was a visiting lecturer in Moscow Lomonosov State University and she gave a
lecture on a Theory of Precedent in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration at
Columbia Law School, New York, United States.
Dr. Fröhlich was an Associate in the Dispute Resolution practice group in Motieka &
Audzevičius in the Baltics. Always active in the professional network, Dr. Fröhlich enjoys making
new professional acquaintances, and, in addition to all her duties, she continues to write articles
on issues arising in international commercial and investment arbitration. Her academic and
professional background allows her to incorporate both her working and academic knowledge
into her lectures, this providing her students with the best possible chance of success. Dr.
Fröhlich is fluent in English, Russian, Polish, Spanish, and Lithuanian.