Wen-Chuan Dai



Wen focuses her practice on international arbitration matters and international investment disputes.  She has experience representing clients in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations under the ICC, SCC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL rules.


Wen has represented clients in a variety of jurisdictions throughout Europe and Asia in matters involving the sale of electronics; the pricing, supply, and transportation of liquefied natural gas; government regulation of the sale of tobacco; and the provision of satellite services in airspace.

In addition to her arbitration work, Wen was also part of a team that freed an Azerbaijani journalist from unlawful detention for exposing government corruption in a case before the European Court of Human Rights, and part of team that obtained the first freedom of expression judgment from the African Court on Human and Peoples Rights.

Prior to joining Omnia, Wen was an international arbitration associate at an American multinational firm in London and a juriste at a British multinational firm in Paris.  She researched the Law of Armed Conflict as judicial intern to Judge Evan Wallach in the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (Washington, DC) and served as a judicial intern to Judge Denny Chin in the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (New York, NY).


Wen is a US qualified attorney admitted to practice in New York. Wen received a BA (Hons) from Brown University and a Master’s degree from Yale University.  She received her US law degree from Georgetown University.