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First name Last name Contacts Firm Nationality Country of residence
Brooks Daly bdaly@pca-cpa.org +31703024165 Permanent Court of Arbitration United States Netherlands
Mr. Brooks W. Daly
Deputy Secretary-General
Permanent Court of Arbitration

Address
Peace Palace
Carnegieplein 2
The Hague
Netherlands
Tel.
+31703024165
E-mail
bdaly@pca-cpa.org
Nationality
United States
Languages
English, Spanish, Dutch, French
Bruce Reynolds breynolds@singleton.com +14165858601 Singleton Reynolds Canada Canada
Mr. Bruce Bruce Reynolds
Lawyer, Partner
Singleton Reynolds

Address
150 King St. West, Suite 2512
Toronto
Ontario
Canada
Tel.
+14165858601
E-mail
breynolds@singleton.com
Nationality
Canada
Languages
English
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering
Publications
Co-Author, Construction Builders’ and Mechanics’ Liens in Canada, 8th Edition, Thomson Reuters

Co-Author, A Guide to Canadian Construction Insurance Law, Carswell, (with Sharon Vogel)

Co-Author, Construction Builders’ and Mechanics’ Liens in Canada, 7th Edition (two volumes), Carswell

Co-Author, Scott and Reynolds on Surety Bonds (two volumes, supplemented twice annually), Carswell, (with K.W. Scott, QC)
Bruce Macaulay bruce.macaulay@skadden.com +442075197274 Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP United Kingdom United Kingdom
Mr. Bruce Macaulay

Address
40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf
London
United Kingdom
Tel.
+442075197274
E-mail
bruce.macaulay@skadden.com
Nationality
United Kingdom
Languages
English
C. Mark Baker mark.baker@nortonrosefulbright.com +17136515151 Norton Rose Fulbright United States United States
Mr. C. Mark Baker
Partner and Global Co-Head of International Arbitration
Norton Rose Fulbright

Address
1301 McKinney, Suite 5100
Houston
Texas
United States
Tel.
+17136515151
E-mail
mark.baker@nortonrosefulbright.com
Nationality
United States
Languages
English
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Construction and engineering, Energy, Investment and investment treaties, Sport, State contracts/PPP
Publications
PUBLICATIONS:
Co-Author, "Dissent - But Only If You Really Feel You Must," 16th Annual IBA International Arbitration Day, Making the Award: Need We Rethink the Process?, February 22, 2013
Co-Author, "Are Challenges Overused in International Arbitration?," 29th AAA-ICDR/ICC/ICSID Joint Colloquium, The Frontiers of Arbitration, November 2, 2012
Co-Author, "Ad Hoc International Arbitrations -- The Way of the Future?," José María Abascal's Liber Amicorum, World Arbitration & Mediation Review, Volume 6:2, June 2012
Co-Author, "Getting a Better Balance on International Arbitration Tribunals," Arbitration International, Vol. 4, 2012
Co-Author, "In Search of an Exemplary Construction Arbitration," Seventh Annual Fordham Law School Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation, April 2012
Co-Author, "The Regionalization of International Arbitration: Maintaining International Standards in Appointing Arbitrators," Hans van Houtte Liber Amicorum, The Practice of Arbitration -- Essays in Honor of Professor Hans van Houtte, October 2011
"The Role of the Institution in Taming Electronic Disclosure," The Institute for Transnational Arbitration, Winter/Spring 2010
Co-Author, "Show Me the Money - Convincing the Arbitral Tribunal (and the Other Side) of the Validity of Your Damages Claim," Swedish Arbitration Conference on Damages, September 16, 2010
Co-Author, "Do 'Foreign Tribunals' Include Arbitration Panels?," The National Law Journal – International Arbitration: A Special Report, May 31, 2010
Co-Author, "Cross-Examination in International Arbitration: The Effective Use of a Powerful Evidentiary Tool," Take the Witness: The Experts Speak on Cross-Examination, Juris Publishing, January 2010
Co-Author, "The Unequal Playing Field: Companies Subject to Section 1782 in International Arbitration," Benchmark Litigation, The Definitive Guide to America's Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys, 2009
Co-Author, "The Role of the Institute in Taming Electronic Disclosure," Ulf Franke's Liber Amicorum, Juris Publishing, December 2009
Co-Author, "US Court Assistance in Obtaining Discovery in International Arbitration Proceedings: Applications Under 28 USC 1782," The Taking of Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration, DIS Conference and Newsletter, October 2009
Co-Author, "Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia: Improving, But Still Uncertain," Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence, Vol. 7- Issue 2, OGEL special issue on EU-Russia relations, May 2009
"Due Process in Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal," International Arbitration Day, Dubai, UAE, February 2009
Co-Author, "Argentine Enforcement Now: A Storm in a Teacup," LatinLawyer, December 2008
"The Challenges of Electronic Documents in International Arbitration," IBA Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2008
Co-Author of "Advocacy in International Arbitration," The Leading Arbitrators' Guide to International Arbitration, Second Edition, 2008
Co-Author of the ITA Workshop, Dallas, June 21, 2007
Co-Author, "2007 International Arbitration Report, Issue 1," Newsletter: The International Law Firm of Fulbright & Jaworski, June 22, 2007
Co-Author, "ADR Continental Drift: The European Union Tries to Warm Up to ADR, But Its Embrace Is Tentative, at Best," The National Law Journal, November 27, 2006
Co-Author, "Third Annual Litigation Trends Survey Findings: An International Perspective," The International Law Firm of Fulbright & Jaworski - 3rd Annual Litigation Trends, October 10, 2006
Co-Author with Anibal Sabater, "Under-Privileged in the E.U.," Corporate Counsel, April 2005
"A Cross-Comparison of Institutional Mediation Rules," Dispute Resolution Journal, July 2002
Positions or offices held
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS
Mark Baker is Global Co-Head of International Arbitration. He is a member of the Global Supervisory Board.
Mark practices in the areas of complex commercial arbitration, business litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). He has extensive experience with the international and domestic arbitration and litigation of banking, financial and securities transactions. He has also represented numerous clients in matters regarding international and domestic construction contracts, power purchase and sale agreements, energy contracts, joint ventures, and project finance and development agreements.


Mark has arbitrated before many of the world's arbitral bodies and has been involved in numerous alternative dispute resolution procedures. He is frequently selected to serve as an arbitrator on domestic and international arbitration panels. In every year since 1998, he has chaired at least eight significant arbitration cases. His professional activities and memberships include:
Director of New York International Arbitration Center; IBA Subcommittee on State Mediation - Member of Working Group on Rules for Investor-State Mediation (2011;
IBA Subcommittee on Evidence Rules - Member (2009 - 2013);
Executive Committee Member and Member of Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association; Chairman of its International Advisory Committee;
International Bar Association (IBA) - Dispute Resolution Section, the IBA's largest and most active committee, former Vice Chairman;The Global Arbitration Review - Advisory and Editorial Board Member;
Institute of Transnational Arbitration - former Co-Chair of the Annual Arbitration Workshop (the largest arbitration event in the U.S.), Advisory Director; American Arbitration Association - Panelist for International, Large Complex Claims, Commercial, and Commercial National Sports Resolution Panels; London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), London, England - North American User Counsel Vice President, Member of LCIA Company, and former Member LCIA Arbitration Court; Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), Lausanne, Switzerland;
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, England - Fellow since 1998;CPR Panel of Distinguished Neutrals - Arbitrator for International, Energy and Commercial Panels, and CPR Advisory Board member; Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), London, England - Accredited Mediator;
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Geneva, Switzerland - Panel Arbitrator and Mediator; Arbitration Center of Mexico (CAM) - Panel Arbitrator;
USA Track and Field, under the jurisdiction of the United States National Olympic Committee - Panel Arbitrator;
Southern District of Texas - ADR Panel;
Center for Legal Responsibility of South Texas College of Law - Planning Committee and Founding Member;
American Bar Association;
State Bar of Texas - Current Member,Former Committee Member of ADR Planning Committee;
College of the State Bar of Texas;Houston Bar Association
C. Ryan Reetz ryan.reetz@bclplaw.com +17863227370 Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner United States United States
Mr. C. Ryan Reetz
Miami Office Managing Partner
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Address
200 S. Biscayne Blvd., #400
Miami
Florida
United States
Tel.
+17863227370
E-mail
ryan.reetz@bclplaw.com
Nationality
United States
Languages
English
Caline Mouawad caline.mouawad@chaffetzlindsey.com +12122576923 Chaffetz Lindsey LLP Lebanon, United States United States
Ms. Caline Mouawad
Partner
Chaffetz Lindsey LLP

Address
1700 Broadway, 33rd Floor
New York
United States
Tel.
+12122576923
E-mail
caline.mouawad@chaffetzlindsey.com
Nationality
Lebanon, United States
Languages
English, Arabic, French
Calvin Cheuk calvincheuk@dvc.com.hk +85225263071 Des Voeux Chambers Hong Kong
Mr. Calvin Cheuk

Address
38/F, Gloucester Tower, The Landmark
Hong Kong
Tel.
+85225263071
E-mail
calvincheuk@dvc.com.hk
Cameron Diver camerond@spc.int +687740275 The Pacific Community (SPC) New Zealand, France New Caledonia
Mr. Cameron Diver
Deputy Director-General
The Pacific Community (SPC)

Address
9 rue de Luxembourg
Anse Vata
Noumea
New Caledonia
Tel.
+687740275
E-mail
camerond@spc.int
Link (LinkedIn/website)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/camerondiver/
Nationality
New Zealand, France
Languages
English, French, Spanish
Areas of specialisation
Environmental law, Investment and investment treaties, Maritime and shipping, Public international law, Sport
Publications
From Paris to Mahinepua: could breach of an inchoate duty open new perspectives for climate litigation under the law of tort?, in New Zealand Law Journal (July and August 2020), Lexis Nexis.

Three jurisdictions, three judgments: The increasing value of environmental litigation and judicial practice in strengthening the environmental rule of law, in Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law (2020), Taylor & Francis.

The Adidas Arbitration: A Cautionary Tale On Independence and Impartiality in the Arbitral Process, in International Arbitration Law Review, Sweet & Maxwell, 2016, Vol. 19, Issue 5.

International arbitration in New Caledonia: a case study and perspectives for the development of a modern law of arbitration, in Arbitration, Sweet & Maxwell/CIArb, January 2012.
Camilla Gambarini cami.gambarini@gmail.com +447821022443 Withers LLP Italy United Kingdom
Ms. Camilla Gambarini
Senior Associate
Withers LLP

Address
20 Old Bailey
London
United Kingdom
Tel.
+447821022443
E-mail
cami.gambarini@gmail.com
Nationality
Italy
Languages
Italian, Spanish, English, French
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Energy, Environmental law, Investment and investment treaties, Public international law, State contracts/PPP
Positions or offices held
Former Young ICCA Co-Chair (2018-2020)
Camilla Macpherson FCIArb c.macpherson@primefinancedisputes.org +31641223667 P.R.I.M.E. Finance and PCA United Kingdom Netherlands
Ms. Camilla Macpherson FCIArb
Head of Secretariat, P.R.I.M.E. Finance
P.R.I.M.E. Finance and PCA

Address
Celebesstraat 60
The Hague
Netherlands
Tel.
+31641223667
E-mail
c.macpherson@primefinancedisputes.org
Nationality
United Kingdom
Languages
English
Can Yeginsu c.yeginsu@4newsquare.com +442078222000 4 New Square Chambers Turkey, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Mr. Can Yeginsu
Barrister
4 New Square Chambers

Address
4 New Square
Lincoln's Inn
London
United Kingdom
Tel.
+442078222000
E-mail
c.yeginsu@4newsquare.com
Nationality
Turkey, United Kingdom
Languages
English, Turkish, French
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Communications, media and technology, Energy, Information technology, Investment and investment treaties, Public international law
Positions or offices held
Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown Law, Columbia Law
Candan Yasan Tepetas candan.yasan@bilgi.edu.tr +905336310625 Istanbul Bilgi University Turkey Turkey
Dr. Candan Yasan Tepetas
Assistant Professor
Istanbul Bilgi University

Address
Kazim Karabekir Cad. No: 2/13 Eyup
Istanbul
Turkey
Tel.
+905336310625
E-mail
candan.yasan@bilgi.edu.tr
Link (LinkedIn/website)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-candan-yasan-tepetaş-b5686b10b/
Nationality
Turkey
Languages
Turkish, English, French
Short Bio
Following the completion of her Ph.D. in 2015, Dr. Yasan was affiliated with the Istanbul Arbitration Centre (ISTAC) as Secretary General and member of International and National Boards of Arbitration. In that capacity, she has been involved in several domestic and international arbitrations. She contributed to the drafting of the ISTAC Arbitration and Mediation Rules.
Dr. Yasan is currently a member of the ISTAC Advisory Board and International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on Arbitration and ADR.
She advises Turkish and foreign companies in arbitration and dispute resolution.
In addition to her practice, Dr. Yasan is a member of Private International Law Department at Istanbul Bilgi University.
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Communications, media and technology, Environmental law
Publications
- Corporate Law Disputes and Arbitration, 2018 (eds. Ziya Akıncı, Candan Yasan Tepetas)
- Launching Your Arbitration: First Submissions and Choosing Your Arbitrator, 2020 (Eds. Ziya Akıncı, Daniel Greineder, Candan Yasan Tepetas)
Positions or offices held
-Former Secretary General of the Istanbul Arbitration Centre (ISTAC)
- Special Counsel, DemirGökyayla Law Office
Carine Dupeyron cdupeyron@darroisvilley.com +33145021919 Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier France France
Mrs. Carine Marie Dupeyron
Partner
Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier

Address
69 avenue Victor Hugo
Paris
France
Tel.
+33145021919
E-mail
cdupeyron@darroisvilley.com
Nationality
France
Languages
French, Spanish, English
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Construction and engineering, Energy, Investment and investment treaties, Public international law, Sport, State contracts/PPP
Publications
• “Reform of the CAIP Arbitration Rules through smart adjustments”, CAIP Newsletter n°8, co-authored with Marie Danis, October 2015
• “Arbitration and trademarks: is there a future ?”, AFA Newsletter n°17, co-authored with Véronique Dahan, September 2015
• Interview in the morning news on France Culture: “Does private arbitration constitute a threat to democracy”: http://www.franceculture.fr/emission-le-choix-de-la-redaction-l-arbitrage-prive-menace-t-il-la-democratie-le-parlement-europeen-, 10 June 2015
• Expect advice on ”The arbitration agreement”, “Arbitration and bankruptcy proceedings” and “Third party funding", BRDA 10/15, May 29, 2015
• “How to control the consequences of the presence of third party financing on the procedure through the financing contract“, co-authored with Marie Valentini, Revue de l’Arbitrage 2014(4), pp. 909-936, Jan. 2015
• “Cartography tools to anticipate, understand and persuade : the case of the Jerusalem tramway”, co-authored with David Amsellem, Sécurité & Stratégie, June 2014
• "Insolvency of a party, arbitration and access to justice: towards reconciliation?", ASA Bulletin 2013(4), co-authored with Flore Poloni, December 2013
• “Legal instruments used in the search for evidence in support of arbitration: comparative study of Art. 145 of the French Code of civil procedure and S.28 U.S.C. § 1782 in the United States”, International Business Law Journal, pp. 533-558, co-authored with Marie Valentini. December 2013
Positions or offices held
Partner
Carita Wallgren-Lindholm carita@lindholmwallgren.com +35896845343 Lindholm Wallgren, Attorneys Ltd. Finland Finland
Ms. Carita Wallgren-Lindholm
Arbitrator, Chair of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR
Lindholm Wallgren, Attorneys Ltd.

Address
Bulevardi 17 A 38
Helsinki
Finland
Tel.
+35896845343
E-mail
carita@lindholmwallgren.com
Nationality
Finland
Languages
Swedish, Spanish, English, Finnish, French
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Energy, Investment and investment treaties, Regulatory, State contracts/PPP
Publications
”On Letters of Intent” (1983) Comparative Law Study on the legal effects of Letters of Intent, including the resolution of related disputes.
Articles on corruption, commercial and investment arbitration, contract management and ADR, dispute governance, corporate governance, insider regulation, compliance and internal investigations, legal ethics, CSR, public M&A and public tender offers.
Carlos Leal-Isla cli@lih.mx +528182808063 Leal Isla & Horváth, S.C. Mexico Mexico
Dr. Carlos Leal-Isla
Partner
Leal Isla & Horváth, S.C.

Address
Avenida David Alfaro Siqueiros 106, piso 18, 1801,
Colonia Valle Oriente
San Pedro Garza Garcia
Nuevo Leon
Mexico
Tel.
+528182808063
E-mail
cli@lih.mx
Nationality
Mexico
Languages
Spanish, Spanish
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Employment and pensions, Energy
Positions or offices held
President of the Nuevo León Arbitration Committee with ICC Mexico
President of the Nuevo León Chapter with the Mexican Bar, Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados
Carlos Forbes carlos.forbes@fkgadv.com.br +551130407830 Forbes, Kozan e Gasparetti Advogados Brazil Brazil
Mr. Carlos Suplicy Forbes
Partner
Forbes, Kozan e Gasparetti Advogados

Address
Av. Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek, 360
17 andar
São Paulo
Brazil
Tel.
+551130407830
E-mail
carlos.forbes@fkgadv.com.br
Nationality
Brazil
Languages
Portuguese, English
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Communications, media and technology, Energy, Regulatory
Positions or offices held
Former President of the Center for Arbitration and Mediation of the Chamber of Commerce Brasil- Canada (CAM/CCBC)
Vice-Presidente of Comitê Brasileiro de Arbitragem - CBAr (Brazilian Arbitration Comittee)
Carlos Netto nehring@nehring.com.br +551135494994 Nehring e Associados Brazil Brazil
Mr. Carlos Nehring Netto
Founding Partner
Nehring e Associados

Address
Av. Paulista, 1294-12. andar
São Paulo
Brazil
Tel.
+551135494994
E-mail
nehring@nehring.com.br
Nationality
Brazil
Languages
English
Short Bio
Mr. Carolos Nehring Netto is Founder of Nehring & Associados - Advocacia and teaches arbitration at FGV University. He has been nominated a CHEVALIER DE L’ORDRE DU MERITE in recognition of legal services rendered to French enterprises. He was the Brazilian member of the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC for three mandates (from 1987 through 1996). He has served twice as Chairman of the Arbitration Center of the American Chamber of Commerce in S. Paulo.
Carole Malinvaud malinvaud@gide.com +33140753666 Gide Loyrette Nouel France France
Ms. Carole Malinvaud
Partner
Gide Loyrette Nouel

Address
15 rue de Laborde
Paris
France
Tel.
+33140753666
E-mail
malinvaud@gide.com
Nationality
France
Languages
French, English
Short Bio
Ms. Carole Malinvaud is a partner at Gide in Paris, where she co-heads the international arbitration section of the firm and chairs Gide Pro Bono Foundation. She is a member of the Paris and New York Bars and has acted as counsel or arbitrator in over seventy international arbitration proceedings either ad hoc or institutional, as well as before domestic French courts in relation to international litigations and arbitrations. She is the current Chair of the ICC France, a member of the LCIA Court, a member of the International Council of Arbitration for Sport (ICAS), and Chair of the Ordinary Chamber of the Court for Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Areas of specialisation
Antitrust, competition and trade, Construction and engineering, Energy, Investment and investment treaties, Sport, State contracts/PPP, Transport
Positions or offices held
Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel
Carolyn Lamm clamm@whitecase.com +12026263605 White & Case LLP United States United States
Ms. Carolyn Beth Lamm
Partner
White & Case LLP

Address
Suite 1200
701-13th Street NW
Washington
District of Columbia
United States
Tel.
+12026263605
E-mail
clamm@whitecase.com
Nationality
United States
Languages
English
Short Bio
Ms. Carolyn Lamm is a Partner at White & Case LLP and Distinguished Faculty Chair of the LLM Program in International Arbitration and Visiting Professor at University of Miami. She is also the Chair of International Arbitration Americas and of the American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce. She is a Member of the Board of American-Turkish Council and American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce. She is a Member of ICSID Panel of Arbitrators, a member of the ICDR International List, the American Law Institute’s Council and its Advisory Committee on Restatement on International Arbitration and the U.S. member of the NAFTA 2022 Committee.
Catherine Amirfar cmamirfar@debevoise.com +12129096398 Debevoise & Plimpton LLP United States United States
Ms. Catherine M. Amirfar
Partner
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Address
919 Third Avenue
New York
United States
Tel.
+12129096398
E-mail
cmamirfar@debevoise.com
Nationality
United States
Languages
English
Short Bio
Ms. Catherine Amirfar is a litigation partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and Co-Chair of the firm’s Public International Law Group. Her practice focuses on public international law, international commercial and treaty arbitration, and international and complex commercial litigation. She spent two years as the Counselor on International Law to the Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State and received the Superior Honor Award for her service. She has been nominated as President-Elect of the American Society of International Law and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Law Institute, and the Advisory Committee on International Law for the U.S. Department of State.
Catherine Kessedjian ckessedjian@u-paris2.fr +33143200775 European College of Paris France France
Prof. Catherine Kessedjian
Professor
European College of Paris

Address
19 villa Seurat
Boite/Porte B
Paris
France
Tel.
+33143200775
E-mail
ckessedjian@u-paris2.fr
Nationality
France
Languages
French, English
Cavinder Bull, SC cavinder.bull@drewnapier.com +6565312416 Drew & Napier LLC Singapore Singapore
Mr. Cavinder Bull, SC
Director, Dispute Resolution
Drew & Napier LLC

Address
10 Collyer Quay #10-01
Ocean Financial Centre
Singapore
Singapore
Tel.
+6565312416
E-mail
cavinder.bull@drewnapier.com
Nationality
Singapore
Languages
English
Short Bio
Mr. Cavinder Bull SC is Chief Executive Officer of Drew & Napier LLC. He is also Vice-President of the SIAC Court of Arbitration and Vice-President of the Asian Pacific Regional Arbitration Group. He is called to the bars of Singapore, New York and England & Wales. He handles both investor-state cases and commercial cases as arbitrator or counsel. He has published work in the areas of international arbitration and contract law. Beyond arbitration, he holds a number of appointments including being a member of the Securities Industries Council of Singapore and the Advisory Council to the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore.
Cecil Abraham cecil@cecilabraham.com +60327263700 Cecil Abraham and Partners Malaysia Malaysia
Mr. Cecil Wilbert Mohanaraj Abraham
Senior Partner
Cecil Abraham and Partners

Address
Suite 12.01, Level 12, Menara 1MK
1 Jalan Kiara, Mont' Kiara
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Tel.
+60327263700
E-mail
cecil@cecilabraham.com
Nationality
Malaysia
Languages
English
Short Bio
Tan Sri Dato’ Cecil Abraham is Senior Partner at Cecil Abraham & Partners in Kuala Lumpur. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators. He is a member of the Advisory Council of Singapore International Arbitration Centre and Advisory Panel of the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration. He is on the panel of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA). He is a founding member of the International Maritime Conciliation & Mediation Panel (IMCM) and was the past vice president of the Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group (APRAG). Conferred the title “Dato’” for services to the legal profession.
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Energy, Environmental law, Investment and investment treaties, Maritime and shipping
Positions or offices held
- Member, ICCA Advisory Board
- Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaysia
- Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
- Fellow, Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators
- Member, Advisory Council of Singapore International Arbitration Centre, SIAC
- Past Member, London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
- Past Vice-Chair, Committee D of the International Bar Association (IBA)
- Past Chairman, Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee
- Past President, Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)
- Past Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), Malaysia Branch
- Founding Member, International Maritime Conciliation & Mediation Panel (IMCM)
- Past Vice President of the Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group (APRAG)
- Past Deputy President of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb)
Cecilia Flores Rueda cecilia@floresrueda.com +5215585349999 FloresRueda Mexico Mexico
Mrs. Cecilia Flores Rueda
Dra.
FloresRueda

Address
Damas 133 - 201
Col. San José Insurgentes
Ciudad de Mexico
Benito Juarez
Mexico
Tel.
+5215585349999
E-mail
cecilia@floresrueda.com
Nationality
Mexico
Languages
Spanish, English
Areas of specialisation
Antitrust, competition and trade, Construction and engineering, Energy, Information technology, Intellectual property, Investment and investment treaties, Maritime and shipping, Real estate, Restructuring and insolvency, Transport
Publications
Diccionario Enciclopédico de Arbitraje Comercial
Positions or offices held
Counsel Institute for Transnational Arbitration
Cesar Pereira cesar@justen.com.br +554137061500 Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini Brazil Brazil
Mr. Cesar Augusto Guimarães Pereira
Partner
Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini

Address
Rua Joaquim Floriano, 413, cj. 111
São Paulo
Brazil
Tel.
+554137061500
E-mail
cesar@justen.com.br
Link (LinkedIn/website)
https://br.linkedin.com/in/cesar-pereira-fciarb-35196b3
Nationality
Brazil
Languages
Portuguese, English, Spanish
Short Bio
Cesar Pereira FCIArb is a partner at Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini, Sao Paulo (Brazil), head of the firm’s infrastructure and arbitration practice. He is the chairman of CIArb Brazil Branch, and his practice as counsel, arbitrator or legal expert focuses on infrastructure projects, regulated industries and public procurement. He holds a doctorate in public law from PUC-SP (Brazil) and has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University and University of Nottingham. He is on the editorial board of Public Procurement Law Review – PPLR (Nottingham).
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Maritime and shipping, Regulatory, State contracts/PPP, Transport
Positions or offices held
FCIArb
Cezary Wisniewski cezary.wisniewski@linklaters.com +48225265000 Linklaters LLP Poland Poland
Dr. Cezary Michal Wisniewski

Address
Al. Jana Pawla II, 22
Warsaw
Poland
Tel.
+48225265000
E-mail
cezary.wisniewski@linklaters.com
Nationality
Poland
Languages
Polish, German
Charles Nairac cnairac@whitecase.com +33155041541 White & Case LLP Mauritius, United Kingdom, France France
Mr. Charles Nairac
Partner
White & Case LLP

Address
19 Place Vendome
Paris
France
Tel.
+33155041541
E-mail
cnairac@whitecase.com
Nationality
Mauritius, United Kingdom, France
Languages
French, English
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Energy, Investment and investment treaties, State contracts/PPP
Positions or offices held
Partner
Charles Brower cbrower@twentyessex.com +12023618601 Twenty Essex Chambers United States United States
Hon. Charles Nelson Brower
Judge
Twenty Essex Chambers

Address
5600 Wisconsin Avenue
Unit 1401
Chevy Chase
Maryland
United States
Tel.
+12023618601
E-mail
cbrower@twentyessex.com
Nationality
United States
Languages
English, Dutch, French, German
Areas of specialisation
Construction and engineering, Communications, media and technology, Energy, Environmental law, Investment and investment treaties, Maritime and shipping, Public international law, State contracts/PPP
Publications
Consult list of publications at www.twentyessex.com, click on "Find An Arbitrator," then on my name.
Positions or offices held
Judge, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (1983-present; Judge Ad Hoc, International Court of Justice (2014-present); Judge Ad Hoc, Inter-American Court of Human Rights (1999-2002); Distinguished Visiting Research Professor of Law, George Washington Law School (2015-2017); Member, ICSID Panels of Arbitrators and Conciliators (1998-2010); Deputy Special Counsellor to the President of the United States (1987); The Legal Adviser (Acting), Deputy Legal Adviser and Assistant Legal Adviser, U. S. Department of State (1969-1973); President, American Society of International Law (1996-1998); Chairman, Institute for Transnational Arbitration of the Center for American and International Law
(1994-2000)
Chester Brown chester.brown@sydney.edu.au +61293510466 University of Sydney; 7 Wentworth Selborne Chambers; Essex Court Chambers Australia, United Kingdom Australia
Prof. Chester Brown
Professor of International Law and International Arbitration
University of Sydney; 7 Wentworth Selborne Chambers; Essex Court Chambers

Address
Sydney Law School
The University of Sydney
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia
Tel.
+61293510466
E-mail
chester.brown@sydney.edu.au
Nationality
Australia, United Kingdom
Languages
English, French, German
Areas of specialisation
Investment and investment treaties, Public international law
Publications
Chester Brown, A Common Law of International Adjudication (OUP, 2007)
Chester Brown and Kate Miles (ed), Evolution in Investment Treaty Law and Arbitration (CUP, 2011)
Malcolm Holmes and Chester Brown, The International Arbitration Act 1974: A Commentary (LexisNexis, 3rd ed, 2018)
Chester Brown (ed), Commentaries on Selected Model Investment Treaties (OUP, 2013)
Chinasa Nkwocha fajogwu@kennapartners.com +2348158390718 Kenna Partners Nigeria Nigeria
Prof. Chinasa Ikenna Nkwocha
Senior Partner
Kenna Partners

Address
No 8
Ogunyemi street
Oniru
Lagos
Nigeria
Tel.
+2348158390718
E-mail
fajogwu@kennapartners.com
Nationality
Nigeria
Languages
English, Igbo
Areas of specialisation
Banking and finance, Construction and engineering, Communications, media and technology, Investment and investment treaties, Maritime and shipping
Publications
Book:'Commercial Arbitration in Nigeria: Law & Practice' 2009, CCLD, Lagos

Book: Mergers & Acquusitions in Nigeria: Law & Practice', 2011, CCLD, Lagos

Book:Fair Hearing, 2011, CCLD, Lagos

Book: Corporate Governance in Nigeria: Law & Practice, 2007, CCLD, Lagos

Book: Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Commerce, 2007, CCLD, Lagos
Positions or offices held
Director, Lagos Court of Arbitration;
Chairman, Professional Training & Examinations Committee, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Nigeria;