Chiann Bao — Independent Arbitrator
With almost 20 years of experience working in Hong Kong, New York and London, Chiann Bao practises exclusively as an arbitrator and is a member of Arbitration Chambers. Chiann is listed on the panel of the major arbitration institutions and has served as tribunal chair, co-arbitrator and sole arbitrator in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations under the ICC, UNCITRAL, SIAC, HKIAC and KCAB rules. She has also served as an emergency arbitrator under the SIAC Rules. She is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a CEDR-accredited mediator.
Prior to becoming an independent arbitrator, Chiann worked in private practice where she focused on complex international arbitration and litigation, acting as counsel for corporates, state-owned enterprises and states in a range of disputes in various sectors. Chiann has served as counsel or arbitrator in cases arising from construction projects, intellectual property licensing, shareholder agreements, joint venture agreements, real estate projects, financial services agreements and other contractual disputes.
Chiann has significant institutional experience. She currently serves as a vice president of the ICC Court of Arbitration, and from 2010 to 2016 she served as the secretary general of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. Chiann is the chair of the ICC Commission's task force on ADR and arbitration. She is also a member of the ICC Belt and Road Initiative Commission.
Chiann regularly speaks, writes and teaches on international arbitration. In 2020, Chiann will publish the second edition of A Guide to the HKIAC Rules, co-authored with Dr. Michael Moser (Oxford University Press). Chiann is an honorary senior fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. Read More
Dr. Arthur Dong — AnJie Law Firm
Dr. Kabir Duggal — Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Dr. Kabir Duggal is an attorney in Arnold and Porter's New York office focusing on international investment arbitration, international commercial arbitration and public international law matters. Dr. Duggal's experience includes complex disputes under numerous bilateral/multilateral investment treaties and contracts in South Asia, Latin America, Central Asia, Middle East, Europe and Africa. His experience flows from his triple training in international law, common law, and civil law traditions. The total value of the disputes he has been involved in exceeds 80 billion dollars. He has facilitated the mediation and negotiation of complex disputes.
He also acts as a Consultant for the United Nations Office of the High Representative for Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS) on the creation of a novel "Investment Support Program" (which was shortlisted by Global Arbitration Review for the category of “Best Developments” for 2018). Dr. Duggal is a Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, teaching "International Investment Law and Arbitration."
Dr. Duggal also sits as an arbitrator and mediator. He is admitted to the American Arbitration Association (AAA): Panel of Arbitrators, International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR): Panel of Arbitrators, International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR): Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, SIAC's Panel of Arbitrators, HKIAC'S List of Arbitrators, Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution: ABTA arbitration scheme, FINRA's arbitration roster, Resolute System's Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators, the Asian International Arbitration Centre (formerly the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration) Panel of Arbitrators and Panel of Mediators, the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA) Arbitrator's Roster, Costa Rica's Center of Conciliation and Arbitration (CICA), Panel of Arbitrators, and is also listed on the LCIA, the LCIA Mauritius' Neutrals Database, and the USCIB Panel of Arbitrators. He is also a Council Member of the American Arbitration Association and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR). Read More
Kap-You (Kevin) KIM — Peter & Kim
Kap-You (Kevin) KIM is a senior partner at Peter & Kim in Seoul. He was previously a senior partner at Bae, Kim & Lee LLC, where he worked for the past three decades in various roles, including as the co-founder and head of the International Arbitration Practice and the head of the Domestic and International Disputes Group.
Over the past 30 years, Kevin has acted as counsel, presiding arbitrator, co-arbitrator or sole arbitrator in international arbitrations under all major arbitration rules. Presently, he is involved in several investment and commercial arbitrations.
Among other positions that he holds, Kevin is presently a Vice President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Advisory Board Member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA), Council Member of the American Arbitration Association and Chairman of the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board's (KCAB) International Arbitration Committee.
In the past, Kevin has served as the Secretary General of ICCA (2010–2014), member of the LCIA Court (2007–2012) and Vice Chair ofthe IBA Arbitration Committee (2008–2010). He is the general editor of two book-length treatises on arbitration in Korea, in English and Korean respectively. Chambers Asia reports that Kevin is known as ""one of the most respected figures in the "Asian arbitration space" and "the best Korean lawyer in the field of arbitration in Asia". Kevin holds degrees from the Seoul National University College of Law (LL.B., LL.M.) and Harvard Law School (LL.M.). He is licensed in Korea and New York, and speaks Korean (native), English (fluent), and Japanese (conversational). Read More
Loretta Malintoppi — 39 Essex Chambers
Loretta Malintoppi is an independent arbitrator with 39 Essex Chambers, based in Singapore. Loretta is dually qualified (Paris and Rome Bars) and specializes in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and public international law. She sits as arbitrator in proceedings under a variety of arbitration rules, including ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL, SIAC, LCIA and DIAC. Loretta also appears as counsel and advocate in State-to-State disputes before the International Court of Justice and in ad hoc arbitrations. She is a past member and a Vice-President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. She currently is a member of the Governing Board of ICCA and was appointed to
the ICSID Panel of Arbitrators by the Chairman of the World Bank.
Loretta is one of the co-authors of The ICSID Convention – A Commentary published by Cambridge University Press in 2009. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, editor of the International Litigation in Practice Series, and a member of the editorial advisory board of the Journal of World Investment and Trade. Read More
Michael Kirby — Independent Arbitrator
Prof. Colin Ong — Dr Colin Ong Legal Services
Recognised as a top 30 arbitration practitioner worldwide by Expert Guides: Best of the Best 2017 & 2019 (Arbitration). Ranked as a Thought Leader in Arbitration; Construction and Litigation by Who's Who Legal ("WWL"). Civil law professor with experiences across many civil law jurisdictions. First ASEAN practising lawyer to be English Queen's Counsel and elected Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple (2010); Chartered Arbitrator; Law Professor (Civil law). LL.B (Hons) (Sheffield); LL.M; Ph.D (Queen Mary). FCIArb, FMIArb, FSIArb; DiplCArb. Author of advocacy; arbitration and law texts.
One of 18 Most-in-Demand Arbitrators (Chambers & Partners Asia-Pac 2019) described as "a top person in the field... always very well prepared and asks very tough questions". WWL Arbitration 2018:- "a world-renowned arbitration counsel who always manages to make complicated issues appear unbelievably straightforward".
WWL Arbitration 2019:- "maintains a worldwide reputation for his skill in arbitration with great experience in both civil and common law. As arbitrator he is a "well-organised, well-informed and well-rounded" presence who "writes superb awards", while as counsel he is lauded as a "formidable cross-examiner". Chambers & Partners 2019:- "an extremely creative and charismatic lawyer" and "the best cross-examiner that I have seen.... a star performer with a brilliant legal mind, and an excellent advocate with a compelling style." Read More
Prof. Douglas Jones — Independent Arbitrator
Prof. Joongi Kim — Yonsei University
Joongi Kim is Professor of Law at Yonsei Law School in Seoul, Korea. His research focuses on international arbitration, international trade and investment, corporate governance and good governance. His recent research includes a treatise INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN KOREA (Oxford University Press 2017), for which he received the 11th Simdang International Trade and Business Research Award, and CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN ASIA (Cambridge University Press 2019).
He has acted as a presiding arbitrator, sole arbitrator, and co-arbitrator in institutional and ad hoc proceedings under the rules of the GGGI, HKIAC, ICC, ICSID, JCAA, KCAB, LMAA, SIAC and UNCITRAL. He also serves on the panel of arbitrators for the ICSID, Korea-EU Free Trade Agreement, Korea-US Free Trade Agreement and Global Green Growth Institute, in addition to AIAC, CAA, CIETAC, CRCICA, DIAC, HIAC, HKIAC, JCAA, KCAB, PIAC, RIMA, SCCA, SCIA, SHIAC, SIAC and VIAC, and the panel of mediators of SIMC and VMC. A Vice President of ICC Korea’s International Arbitration Committee and the Korean Council for International Arbitration, and a member of KCAB’s International Arbitration Committee, he sits on the editorial board of International Investment Law and Arbitration (Brill), Asian Journal of Comparative Law (Cambridge University Press) and Korean Arbitration Review. He holds academic degrees from Columbia, Yonsei and Georgetown. He has been a visiting professor at ESADE, Georgetown, Keio, the National University of Singapore, National Law School of India University (Bangalore), University of Florida and University of Hong Kong. Read More
Steven Y.H. Lim — 39 Essex Chambers
Steven is an arbitrator and barrister. He sits as presiding, sole, co-arbitrator and emergency arbitrator, is a panel arbitrator with the SIAC, HKIAC, ICDR, KCAB, AIAC, THAC and has also sat in ICC, SCMA, LMAA, UNCITRAL Rules and ad hoc cases. He appears as lead counsel in international arbitrations.
Steven has extensive experience with disputes involving Indo-Pacific jurisdictions including Singapore, India, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Peru, US, UK, Netherlands and Australia.
Steven has been recognized as a leading individual in international arbitration. He has been noted in Chambers and Legal 500 as "hugely experienced", "a respected arbitrator with extensive experience handling commercial arbitrations in the construction, infrastructure and energy sectors", "is respected for his incisive mind", "peers point out his sharp intellect", "inventive", "a prominent counsel in arbitration", and "very impressive advocate". Read More
Dr. Noeleen Heyzer — United Nations Secretary General High Level Advisory
Dr. Noeleen Heyzer was the United Nation's former Under-Secretary-General and Secretary-General's Special Adviser for Timor-Leste, working to support peace-building, state-building, and sustainable development. She was the first woman to serve as the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) since its founding in 1947. She is currently a member of the United Nations Secretary General's High Level Advisory Board on Mediation.
Noeleen was the first woman from outside North America to head the United Nations Development Fund for Women. She played a critical role in the Security Council's adoption and implementation of the landmark Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security, undertaking extensive missions to conflict-affected countries worldwide.
Noeleen has served on numerous boards of international organizations, including the UNDP Human Development Report, the High-level Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding chaired by Nobel Laureate Prof. Amartya Sen, Board of Trustees of the National University of Singapore (NUS), and member of the Kofi Annan Global Commission on Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age.
Dr. Heyzer holds a BA (Upper Hons.) and Master of Science from the University of Singapore, a PhD from Cambridge University and has received numerous international awards for leadership. Read More
Geoff Sharp — Maxwell Mediators
Claude Amar — Mediation & Resolution
Prof. Rosa Perez Martell — ULPGC (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
Degree in Law (Complutense University of Madrid. Spain). Law PhD at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Spain). Postgraduate Studies in Civil and Commercial Mediation and Arbitration (Madrid; Wisconsin Univ; ULPGC). Specialization Courses: Arbitration and Mediation in Intellectual Property, World Intellectual Property Organization.
Senior Lecturer of Procedural Law, Mediation and Arbitration. ULPGC. Current Director and Lecturer of “University Expert´s Degree” (ADR in Intellectual Property, E-Commerce and Data Protection) and “University Extension Courses” by ULPGC on negotiation, mediation, arbitration, practical negotiation strategies for lawyers, mediation as an extrajudicial dispute resolution, strategies to be a successful mediator, mediation in the health sector, mediation in the business environment, managing claims and complaints in the tourist sector, extrajudicial dispute resolution in the business environment, arbitration as means of solving conflicts and corporate arbitration, ADR in the insurance sector.
Experience in delivering speech in ADR Conferences, Seminars, Congresses, Conventions, Legal-Hackathon: Commercial and Civil Mediation Training, Director and Lecturer in more than 50 editions, a lot of courses, workshops and seminaries about Mediation, Negotiation and Arbitration. Rosa has lectured about negotiation/mediation/arbitration: She has been invited to give speeches and speak at many international events: International Conference: ADR. Cooperation between the Public Administration and Judiciary with the Economic Sector 2017. Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, Zagreb; 2017 ADR/ODR in France, ICC.
Her expertise in alternative dispute resolution (ADR/ODR) has led her to coordinate and to lead many diverse thesis, research projects, specialization courses focused on mediation, arbitration, ADR and ODR.
Mediator, Arbitrator, Lawyer. Practical international arbitration, mediation experience: Commercial disputes, Construction disputes, Tourism disputes. Director and the Founder of SAMADR-ULPGC, Arbitration and Mediation Services, at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Teach SDGs Ambassador UN 2019.
Collaboration with UNESCO Gran Canaria: http://www.unescograncanaria.com/boletines “Agenda Desarrollo Sostenible, nº15 (Abril 2018)”: Mediation and Economy; “Agenda Desarrollo Sostenible, noº2” (Noviembre 2016): Mediation and SDGs I. “Agenda Desarrollo Sostenible, nº5” (Diciembre 2016): Mediation and SDGs II.
Former Director of the Master in Access to Law Practice. She was deputy magistrate in the Court of Appeal in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (LPGC), professor of arbitration at the Bar Association of LPGC and professor of mediation in associations and professional bodies and Colleges of Professionals in Canary Islands.
Former co-director of “Implementation Project of Tourism Consumption’s Arbitration” on the Canary Islands, Arbitrator’s trainer at Pilot Project on Tourism Consumption’s Arbitration, Mediator’s trainer in the specialization program “Civil and Commercial Mediation Training” by the ULPGC. Former member of the Mediation Commission of the Canary Islands Government to promote the education, development and implantation of Mediation in the Canary Islands. Arbitrator at Moot Madrid 2012 (the International Competition of Commercial Arbitration and Law 2012) organized by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and Carlos III University of Madrid.
Rosa has published numerous books and scientific articles in the area of her specialty (procedural law, mediation, arbitration, ADR, ODR) (Prevention and Conflict Resolution Program for Companies, Ed. Tirant lo blanch, Spain; Overview of the new normative on mediation in Spain, Am. Journal of Mediation; E-Commerce, ICTs and Online Dispute Resolution: Is This the Beginning of a New Professional Profile?International Journal of ODR. Read More
Campbell Bridge SC — 7 Wentworth Selborne Chambers
Jaya Prakash — Independent Mediator
Thanh Duong Quoc — DIMAC Law Firm
Mr. Thanh has actively involved in the development of mediation in Vietnam. He was a member of the Drafting Team of the Commercial Decree of the Ministry of Justice of Vietnam from October 2013 until the issuance of the Decree on 24 February 2017 as the first ever regulation on the Commercial Mediation in Vietnam.
In addition Mr. Thanh has taken part in several seminars held by the Supreme People's Court of Vietnam as speaker and contributor, in the process of drafting and completing the current draft Law on Court-annexed Mediation, apart from giving lectures on Resolving Dispute by Commercial Mediation for lawyers training courses of Vietnam Judicial Academy for several years. Read More
Jane Player — Jane Player Mediation
Iram Majid — Indian Institute Of Arbitration and Mediation
Ms. Iram Majid is a legal professional with experience of 16+ years in handling wide range of criminal, matrimonial, civil, commercial, banking and finance matters cases inside the court and doing Mediation since 2009 r. She is an IMI Certified Mediator.
She has done Advance Mediation training from Harvard Law School, USA. She has undergone training in mediation and cross culture mediation from Pepperdine University, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution, USA and She has attended training in Negotiation Skill from ADR ODR INT, Dubai and Program on Negotiation from Harvard Law School. She is certified for International Business Negotiation and as Accredited Mediator from IIAM India. She is a mediator enlisted on the panel of Delhi High Court Mediation Centre India and also as an Arbitrator with the Delhi International Arbitration Centre, Delhi High Court. she is empaneled as a mediator and arbitrator with the Indian Institute of Arbitration & Mediation (IIAM)She is a Trainer in IIAM, Member of CIARB UK and member of many international organizations including the Young Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Chartered Institute of Arbitration, UK.
She is Ambassador of Ibramac, Brazil Arbitration and Mediation centre in India. She is handling various project for community Mediation and involve actively in peace building. She is also vice chairman in legal aid section of All Ladies League in Delhi. Iram is the co-author of book "Definition of Mediation" published by BLT and has compiled a book ""Landmark judgments on Mediation and Arbitration. Read More
Dr. Christopher To — Independent Mediator
Christopher holds qualifications in computing, engineering and law. He is an accredited mediator, chartered arbitrator, chartered engineer, chartered information technology professional and a law professor. He is a recognised authority on alternative dispute resolution techniques and is a sought-after speaker/moderator at international forums. He holds Adjunct Professorships from leading Universities and has written substantially on the subject of international arbitration and mediation in particular has written the leading hand book on Arbitration Law in Hong Kong (Lexis Nexis Butterworths) and the leading hand book on Mediation in Hong Kong Law and Practice (Wolters Kluwer Law and Business).
Under 40 Arbitrators Winners
Anish Wadia — Chambers of Anish Wadia
Anish Wadia, FCIArb, FACICA, FMIArb, FHKIArb, FAIADR, FAArb, FCArb, FPIArb, FPD, FAP-KFCRI, FAMINZ (Arb), CFCILS, is a highly experienced independent international arbitrator, mediator and lawyer with full rights of audience before courts in India as an Advocate, England and Wales as a Solicitor Advocate ("Solicitor Advocate" = Solicitor + Barrister), the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) as a Legal Practitioner and the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) as a Registered Foreign Lawyer.
At present, Mr. Wadia serves as inter alia a Board Member of the Chinese European Arbitration Association in Hamburg, Germany (CEAA),
Vice President of the Society of Construction Law, U.K. (SCL, India), a Council Member of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb), Governing Council Member of the Hyderabad Arbitration Centre (HAC, India), Board Member on the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, U.K. (CIArb)'s global Examination Board, the Dispute Resolution Section Liaison for the American Bar Association (ABA) YLD, as a Committee Member on the Board of the Solicitors Association of Higher Court Advocates, U.K. (SAHCA) and the first Indian to serve as a Committee Member of the ICC Afghanistan Commission on Arbitration and ADR (headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan).
Mr. Wadia is also a CIArb Regional Pathway Leader for the India and Middle East region (RPL is an elite distinction held by only about 20 individuals in the world RPL's are certified as a Tutor's Tutor in all fields of ADR and provide leadership for course quality monitoring in the region) and an Approved Faculty List (AFL) Course Director, Assessor and Tutor for all CIArb courses/trainings in International Arbitration, Domestic Arbitration and Construction Adjudication. He is also an AFL Assessor and Tutor for all CIArb courses/trainings in Mediation. Additionally, he is a Certified Educator in International Arbitration by Prime Dispute, U.K. Mr. Wadia previously served on inter alia the ICC Commission on Arbitration & ADR (Paris), the ICC India Executive Committee and the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators (HKIArb).
Mr. Wadia is admitted on the Panel of Arbitrators of over 50 (fifty) arbitration institutes across the globe including in Europe, Africa, China, America, Asia, Ukraine and Russia. He is regularly appointed as an Arbitrator (including in ICC Arbitrations and ad hoc arbitrations under the [English] Arbitration Act 1996), Mediator and Tribunal Secretary in a broad spectrum of disputes. Mr. Wadia has also acted as an expert witness on Indian law for proceedings in England and is regularly invited as a speaker on topics related to International Arbitration. Read More
Darshendev Singh — Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
Darshendev Singh is a Partner with Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill. His primary area of practice is commercial dispute resolution with a focus on disputes relating to construction, engineering, oil & gas, and infrastructure projects.
Besides regularly siting as an arbitrator and an adjudicator, Darshendev also represents clients in international and domestic arbitration, litigation, mediation and adjudication. In fact, the Legal 500 has described him as a lawyer who "always delivers in a timely fashion".
Darshendev, who was the chairperson of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Malaysia) Young Members Group, is also a frequent speaker on the international circuit on issues related to his areas of practice and contributes to global publications on the arbitration and construction law landscape. Read More
Vicky Zhao — AnJie Law Firm
Vicky is a partner at AnJie Law Firm based in Beijing. She is specialized in complex cross-border dispute resolution. Before joining AnJie, Vicky worked for a ""magic circle"" international law firm in Hong Kong, and was a Counsel and Senior Manager (China) at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) where she administered more than 100 international arbitrations. She is currently a Committee Member of YSIAC and a member of SIAC Users Council.
As a lawyer, Vicky has represented clients in international arbitrations under various arbitration rules, such as SIAC, ICC, HKIAC, CIETAC, and UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. She also has experience in advising client on investment arbitration matters. She represents clients in litigations and arbitration-related court proceedings before different levels of the Chinese courts. Her practice mainly focuses on corporate and commercial disputes, such as joint venture, M&A, shareholder and directors' disputes, finance, securities, international trading, licensing, distribution and franchise, etc. Read More
Eru Amem Takem — Ministry of Transport Cameroon
Eru A. Takem is a maritime expert with the ministry of transport (department of maritime affairs). He is highly motivated professional with extensive experience in ship management, tanker & dry cargo chartering and port state inspections.
He also possesses a wealth of experience in marine insurance, ship brokerage and dispute resolution. In addition to obtaining the 2016 edition of the Chevening Award, Mr. Takem is also an Australian awardee of 2018, he graduated from Swansea University with an LLM in international maritime law and has been admitted as a member of the chartered institute of arbitrators (MCIArb).
Rahul Donde — Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler
A "Rising Star" (Expert Guides, 2019; Legal 500, 2020) and "Future Leader" (Who's Who Legal, 2020) in international arbitration, Rahul Donde specializes in international commercial and investment arbitration. He has acted as arbitrator, counsel, secretary and assistant of the arbitral tribunal in over 30 international arbitration proceedings under both ad hoc (UNCITRAL, Swiss PILA and others) and institutional arbitration rules (ICC, LCIA, SIAC, ICSID and others). Rahul has specific experience in disputes relating to utilities, natural resources (water, oil, gas, renewable energy), commercial (agency, distribution, sales, purchase, services agreements)
and corporate laws in different jurisdictions. Having worked in Switzerland and India for several years, Rahul has expertise in high-value, complex commercial disputes in both common law and civil law systems.
Rahul is empaneled as an arbitrator with all major international arbitral institutions. As counsel, he has advised multinational companies in cross-border construction and commercial disputes and assisted parties in annulment proceedings before the Swiss Federal Tribunal. Besides, he has considerable experience representing clients in domestic disputes in India, including appearing before various judicial and quasi-judicial bodies including the Bombay High Court.
Rahul is the co-editor of the first ever TDM Special Issue on International Commercial and Investment Disputes in and with India. He sits on the advisory boards of arbitration think tanks and holds leadership positions in international arbitration organizations. He is regularly invited to lecture, speak and conduct workshops on investment and commercial arbitration. His publications cover topics of current interest in technology, energy law and international arbitration. An Indian national, Rahul is qualified to practice law in India. He is a native English speaker, and also speaks French, Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati. Read More
Emmanuel Jacomy — Shearman and Sterling LLP
Prof. I.B.R. Supancana
BIAMC - Indonesia
Prof. Peter Malanczuk
BIAMC - Malaysia
JSA Advocates & Solicitor - India
Mary BL Thomson
Pacific Chambers - Hong Kong
Dato’ Mah Weng Kwai
MWKA - Malaysia
FTI Consulting - Singapore
MedArb Centre - Australia
Prof. Nadja Alexander
SIDRA - Singapore
Zhung Manh Nguyen
ADR Vietnam Chambers LLC - Vietnam
Prof. Joel Lee Tye Beng
NUS - Singapore
Prof. Nohyoung Park
KOREA Mediates - Korea
Prof. Ting-kwok Iu
Kwok, Ng & Chan Solicitors and Notaries - Hong Kong