Davine specialises in complex cross-expertise disputes, often with a multi-jurisdictional angle, and is head of De Brauw's ESG expertise group.

Since 2011, Davine has acted as counsel in proceedings before state courts in different types of proceedings, including class actions and inquiry proceedings. She also regularly litigates under the rules of various arbitration institutes such as the ICC, NAI and LCIA, as well as ad hoc proceedings under the UNCITRAL Rules. Davine also has notable experience in execution and enforcement proceedings relating to attachments and injunctions. Clients also seek Davine's assistance in matters relating to complex contracts and technical matters in a commercial or corporate setting.

Davine is also highly knowledgeable on ESG regulation (including the impending CSRD, CSDD and Ecodesign Regulation), and legal questions around decarbonisation and sustainability. As head of De Brauw's ESG expertise group, Davine advises on a wide variety of sustainability and ESG-related topics, including governance, stakeholder engagement, greenwashing claims and value chain responsibility issues.

In 2018, Davine was seconded to London magic circle firm Slaughter and May where she worked on ESG matters before the Construction and Technology Court. Davine lectures on International Arbitration Law at the VU Amsterdam.

Clearly beats competitors in professionalism, preparedness, power of argumentation, alertness, tactics and thorough appreciation and understanding of the issues at stake.

Global Arbitration Review


  • Profession

    Advocaat, admitted to the Bar in the Netherlands in 2011

  • Languages

    Dutch, English

  • Education

    University of Amsterdam, LL.M Honours master

  • Additional positions

    Lecturer in International Arbitration Law at VU, University of Amsterdam

    Seconded to Slaughter & May, London (2018)