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Lucia Hros



Dulovicova Lucia
Lucia Hros



As a litigator and international arbitration counsel, Lucia advises and represents clients in local and cross-border matters, handling all stages of proceedings, from pre-dispute strategy and investigations to post-dispute enforcement and settlement.

Lucia has been involved in court proceedings at all levels of the Slovak judiciary, including the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court, in commercial and regulatory disputes across multiple sectors such as energy, construction, life sciences and banking.

She has worked on a number of complex employment disputes acting on behalf of an employer, involving wrongful dismissals, wage compensation claims, discrimination allegations and other alleged employer misconduct. She has also conducted internal investigations to verify compliance with various labour law obligations and advised on the best course of action for terminating employment contracts with clients’ senior figures.

Lucia has acted as a party representative in multiple high-profile arbitrations conducted under the arbitration rules of the ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL, and as secretary to an arbitral tribunal constituted under the VIAC rules and the rules of the Czech Agricultural and Industrial Chamber. She has also been involved in arbitration-related litigation proceedings before the Slovak and English courts, including enforcement proceedings and challenge proceedings concerning arbitral awards. Lucia has co-authored various arbitration-related articles and reports in legal journals.

Apart from resolving disputes, Lucia has experience advising clients on compliance and financial crime matters, with a particular focus on money laundering and business fraud. She has advised clients on internal and regulatory investigations into anti-money laundering systems and controls, working alongside our advisory colleagues to assess national and international compliance and reporting obligations. Lucia is helping clients to avoid and mitigate issues before they arise by implementing appropriate internal controls, as well as to investigate the scale and impact of crystallized issues and to provide effective defenses to regulators and courts.



Eurovea Central 1, Pribinova 4

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Admitted as an Attorney, Slovakia, 2022

International Investment Law and Dispute Resolution. BIICL, (British Institute of International and Comparative Law), November 2020

Mgr, Faculty of Law, Pan-European University Bratislava, Slovakia, 2018 

LLM in Corporate and Commercial Law, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom, 2016 

LLB in International and European Law, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2015 

Published work

  • Judicial reforms in Slovakia - what can I expect as a party to a dispute, Allen & Overy, 2023
  • GAR (Global Arbitration Review), Know How Commercial Arbitration, Slovakia, 2022, co-author with Martin Magál and Michal Porubský 
  • Way forward for corporate arbitration, Lexology, 2020, co-author with Martin Magál
  • Delos Guide to Arbitration Places (GAP), Chapter on Slovakia, co-author with Martin Magál and Michal Porubský 
  • The Implications of Brexit for International Arbitration, Chapter in Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2018 (Klausegger et al. (ed), C.H. BECK, Stämpfli Verlag, MANZ, 2018), co-author with Lucia Raimanová