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3rd Annual AtlAS Lecture in Honor of Glenn Hendrix
March 6 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Alexis Mourre, an independent arbitrator resident in Paris and the current President of the International Chamber of Commerce Court of International Arbitration, will deliver the Third Annual AtlAS Lecture in honor of Glenn Hendrix. The topic of his lecture will be: “The Future of Institutional Arbitration: Regulation or Cooperation?”
Alexis Mourre has served as parties’ counsel, President of the Tribunal, Co-Arbitrator, Sole Arbitrator or Expert in more than 250 international arbitrations, both ad hoc and before most international arbitral institutions (ICC, ICSID, LCIA, ICDR, SIAC, SCC, DIAC, VIAC, etc.). He established his own arbitration practice in May 2015, after having founded Castaldi Mourre & Partners in 1996, now a 35 lawyer firm specializing in arbitration and dispute resolution. He is the author of numerous books and publications in the field of International Business Law, Private International Law and Arbitration Law. He is founder and former editor in chief of Les Cahiers de l’Arbitrage – The Paris Journal of International Arbitration, a leading French publication in the field of Arbitration.
Since July 1st 2015, Alexis Mourre has been the President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, and was Vice-President of the Court from 2009 to 2015. He was Vice President of the ICC Institute of World Business Law from 2011 to 2015. Formerly, he had served as co-chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee (2012-2013), LCIA Court member (2012-2015) and Council member of the Milan International Chamber of Arbitration (2006-2014). He is a member of a large number of scientific and professional institutions dedicated to Arbitration and Private International Law. He is the founder and former president of Paris Place d’Arbitrage/Paris the Home of International Arbitration.
He is fluent in French, English, Italian and Spanish, and has a working knowledge of Portuguese.
Cooperating Entities: The lecture is presented by AtlAS and hosted by the Atlanta Center for International Arbitration and Mediation and the Georgia State University College of Law. Cooperating entities include: the Dean Rusk International Law Center; the ICC International Court of Arbitration; the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of International Arbitration; ICDR; the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Vienna International Arbitration Centre; the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.