Aron Skogman

Partner Malmö

Aron Skogman is specialised in commercial litigation and arbitration, with a particular focus on investment treaty cases. He has acted as counsel in disputes encompassing a wide range of areas such as licensing, supply, sponsorship and other sports-related agreements, share and asset purchases, insurance, agency and distribution. Aron has represented clients before arbitral tribunals both in Sweden and abroad under various institutional rules and regularly represents clients before the Swedish courts. Aron is a member of the board of the Swedish Bar Association's Southern Department, a member of the Advisory Board of EFILA (European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration) and a co-founder of the Young ISDS (Investor-State Dispute Resolution) Club. He teaches commercial arbitration and investment treaty arbitration at Lund University and was recognised in the 2019 edition of Who's Who Legal in the category "Arbitration: Future Leaders – Partners". He has co-authored "Mannheimer Swartling's Concise Guide to Arbitration in Sweden" and various articles in professional journals.

  • Experience

    • Partner, Mannheimer Swartling, 2019-
    • Associate, Mannheimer Swartling, 2008-2019

    Education

    • LL.M. (Lund University, 2008)

    Languages

    • Swedish
    • English

    Publicationer

    • Member of the Advisory Board of EFILA (European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration), 2018
    • Deputy Board Director, Swedish Bar Association's Southern Department, 2018
    • Young ISDS Club (Young Investor-State Dispute Settlement Club), founding member, 2015
    • YIAG (Young International Arbitration Group), 2015
    • LCIA (The London Court of International Arbitration), 2015
    • ICC YAF (The Young Arbitrators Forum of the International Chamber of Commerce), 2015
    • Swedish Bar Association, 2013
    • Arbitration Association of Southern Sweden, 2011
    • SYF (Förening för yngre jurister i södra Sverige som engagerar sig i tvistelösning), 2010
    • YAS (Young Arbitrators Stockholm), 2009
  • Practice group