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The law firm (advokatbyrå) specialises entirely in dispute resolution. It is run by Cecilia Eneheim Iveberg and was started in autumn 2015. This was when Cecilia left MAQS Advokatbyrå in Malmö. There, she had been a partner and head of the dispute resolution team. In Eneheim Iveberg Advokatbyrå, she continues the work to which she has devoted her career. This involves serving as counsel and representing parties in Sweden’s ordinary courts and in arbitrations. She also assists clients with advice on dispute resolution. Her work as a legal adjudicator is now in the field of national and international arbitration. It covers both institutional and ad hoc procedures. She chairs arbitration tribunals and serves as party-appointed and sole arbitrator. In her role as counsel, most of her work is for commercial bodies. She is regularly engaged by i.a. insurance companies and their policy holders.

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  • Arbitration assignments

  • Counsel in commercial disputes before the ordinary courts and in arbitrations

  • Consultant on issues relating to liability, damages and insurance

Business Law


Civil & Commercial


Trust, Wills & Probate


Family Law



Cecilia has been involved in dispute resolution for more than 25 years. Serving as a judge for a little over five years, she started her career in district courts and court of appeal. Leaving behind the role of legal adjudicator, she then continued her involvement in dispute resolution as counsel. She assists clients in disputes before the ordinary courts and in national and international arbitrations. She now also works as arbitrator, both as sole arbitrator and as a member of arbitration tribunals (roles as chair included therein). Most of Cecilia’s cases relate to commercial agreements and issues regarding damages and insurance law.

Cecilia’s work as a judge gave her wide legal insights and a deep understanding of dispute resolution. On top of this, her long experience as counsel has given her a particular ability to analyse legal problems and devise the best strategy for successful outcomes in disputes.

Cecilia has been particularly assiduous as regards her involvement in the arbitration community. She has been on the board of various associations and networks involved in dispute resolution. The “Arbitration Association for Southern Sweden” (of which she was the chair until 2020) is one example. She also chairs the Arbitration Council of the Arbitration Institute of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Southern Sweden.

Reference testimonial from service as a judge - download.


LL.M, Lund University, 1995

The arbitration programme of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and the Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA), 2013 – 2014


The Swedish Bar Association (2002)

Chair of the Arbitration Council of the Arbitration Institute of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Southern Sweden

Former Chair of the Arbitration Association of Southern Sweden (2017-2020)

Member of the Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA)

Member of Swedish Women in Arbitration Network (SWAN)

Member of Öresund Women in Arbitration Network (OWAN)

Member of Arbitral Women

Member of Sweden’s Insurance Law Association


• Eneheim Iveberg Advokatbyrå, 2015-

• MAQS Advokatbyrå, 2005-2015, partner and head of the dispute resolution team

• Ramberg Advokater, 2004-2005, attorney

• Archibald Advokatbyrå, 2001-2004, attorney

• Skåne and Blekinge Court of Appeal, associate judge, 2000 – 2001

• Malmö District Court, junior judge, 1998 – 1999

• Skåne and Blekinge Court of Appeal, legal clerk, 1997 – 1998

• Law Offices of Sullivan & Hincks, Oak Brook, Il., USA, Trainee, 1997

• Helsingborg district court, law clerk, 1996 – 1997

• Advokatfirman Vinge, Trainee, 1995

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Malmöhusvägen 1

211 18  MALMÖ





+46 (0) 709 18 26 15


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The law firm has its premises in the old legal edifice that, under the name High Court, is now run as an office hotel. The building offers excellent venues for, amongst other things, arbitration hearings.

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