Member, editorial board; representative of ICCA at UNCITRAL meetings on several occasions; various sub-committees since the early 1990s.
Martin Hunter is a barrister practising in the field of international arbitration; Professor Emeritus of International Dispute Resolution at Nottingham Trent University; and visiting professor of law at Central European University Budapest, King’s College London and Miami Law School. He has served as counsel or arbitrator in cases held under the rules of most of the world’s principal arbitral institutions and arbitration centres.
He was chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dubai International Arbitration Centre, and was deputy-chairman of the UK Government’s committee on arbitration law reform.
He has participated in the work of the AAA, the IBA, the ICC’s Court, the LCIA’s Court and UNCITRAL.
His books include Law and Practice of International Commercial Arbitration
(with Alan Redfern).
Awards, Nominations and Special roles
Honorary Dean of Post-Graduate Studies, T. M. C. Asser Institute at The Hague (1993 - ). Awarded the T.M.C. Asser Gold Medal, 1992, for exceptional contribution to post-graduate legal education. Advisory Board Member, KIIT National Law School, Orissa State, India, (2007 - ).