Flavia Mange

Flavia Mange Dispute Resolution



São Paulo

Worked on arbitration and litigation matters dealing with commercial, contractual, corporate, capital markets, infrastructure, energy and investment disputes. By means of example, was involved in arbitration proceedings arising out of M&A deals, distribution contracts, shareholders’ agreements, contracts with the Public Administration, EPC, franchise contracts and master dealer agreements, mining rights, IT and use of name brand, among others.

English, Portuguese, Spanish, German

University of Sao Paulo (USP): bachelor, master and doctor’s degree on international law

New York University (NYU): LL.M. in International Legal Studies

Harvard Law School (HLS): Visiting Researcher

ICC Advance Arbitration Academy for Latin America


MANGE, F.F; GABBAY, D.M. Audiências arbitrais por videoconferência. In: Revista do Advogado, v. 148, pp. 108-124, 2020.
MANGE, F.F. 15 años de desarrollos legislativos y jurisprudenciales en Brasil. In: Revista Ecuatoriana de Arbitraje, v. 10, pp. 17-41, 2019.
MANGE, F.F. O Direito Transnacional como um Processo Jurídico - uma Metodologia: um estudo das normas que regem os aspectos processuais da arbitragem. In: Revista de Direito Internacional, v. 13, pp. 126-144, 2017.
MANGE, F. F.; KULESZA, G.; SOARES, R. V.; SILVA, R. B.?Guia do YOUNG ICCA sobre Secretários Arbitrais. Haia: PCA, 2015. (Translation to Portuguese)
MANGE, F. F. Processo Arbitral – Aspectos Transnacionais. São Paulo: Quartier Latin, 2013.
MANGE, F. F. Medidas de Urgência nos Litígios Comerciais Internacionais: Reconhecimento pelos Tribunais Superiores de medidas proferidas por tribunais arbitrais e judiciais no exterior. Rio de Janeiro: Renovar, 2012.
MANGE, Flavia Foz; GONÇALVES, E. D.; LIMA, F. Dispute Boards and Other Practical Issues Regarding Dispute Resolution in Infrastructure Projects. In: MATTOS FILHO (org.), Building a New Brazil: Key Challenges for the Law of Instrastructure. São Paulo: Impressão Régia, pp. 137-147, 2011.
MANGE, F. F. Anti-suit Injunctions in International Arbitration: Protecting the Procedural or Pushing to Settlement? In: Dispute Resolution International. London, v. 4, n. 2, pp. 191-218, 2010.
MANGE, F. F.; GREENBERG, S. Institutional and Ad Hoc Perspectives on the Temporal Conflict of Arbitral Rules. In: Journal of International Arbitration, v. 27, pp. 225 - 239, 2010.
MANGE, F. F. The challenges of simultaneous proceedings. In: International Litigation News, IBA, 2010.
MANGE, F. F.; JUNQUEIRA, C. A. A gestão do tempo nos procedimentos arbitrais. In: Revista do Instituto dos Advogados de São Paulo, v. 23, pp. 49-64, 2009.

Flavia is currently a Professor at UNESP, in the Executive Committee of the Rising Arbitrator Initiative and a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, active in the task force “ADR and Arbitration” (2020-present).

Flavia was secretary to the ICC Brazil Arbitration and Mediation Commission (2019-2020), ICC YAF Representative for Latin America (2017-2019) and the Editor in-chief of the Brazilian Arbitration Review (RBA, 2018-2020, and editor since 2012).

Partner at Flavia Mange Dispute Resolution. Has experience in arbitral proceedings administered by Brazilian and international arbitral institutions, as well as ad hoc arbitration under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. She is constantly appointed as arbitrator (prior experience as President, Co-Arbitrator and Sole Arbitrator) in arbitrations under the ICC, HKIAC, CAM-CCBC, CMA-CIESP/FIESP, FGV, AMCHAM and CAMARB Arbitration Rules, in addition to ad hoc UNCITRAL arbitrations, in English and Portuguese.

Before founding Mange & Gabbay in 2014 (now Flavia Mange Dispute Resolution), she worked in well-known law firms in São Paulo, acted as arbitral secretary to a well known Brazilian Arbitrator, was Latin America litigation manager at Hewlett-Packard, and trainee in the international arbitration group at Shearman & Sterling and Freshfields Bruckhaus in Paris.

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