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Click here to enlarge.   James H. CARTER IAI Correspondent   
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
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james.carter@wilmerhale.com
http://www.wilmerhale.com

 
 
Languages   English (native); French (knowledge)
   
Nationality   USA
   
Bar Admission   New York - 1971
   
Education   Yale University (BA - 1965; LLB - 1969); Cambridge University (Fulbright Scholar - 1965–66)
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Chair, Sole arbitrator, or member of the tribunal in international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the aegis of the ICC, AAA, ICSID and LCIA
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitration proceedings in all major venues, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, AAA, and LCIA (mostly international joint ventures, natural resources, and technology matters)
   
Awards  
Rendered  
• SCC Case 122/2001, CCL v. Republic of Kazakhstan, Final Award, 1 Jan. 2004 (full text ITA)
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
• Editor, The International Arbitration Review, Seventh Edition (Law Business Research, 2016)

• Co-editor, International Commercial Arbitration in New York (OUP, 2010) (with J. Fellas)

Numerous articles or book chapters on international arbitration subjects, including:

• "Advocacy in International Sport Arbitration," in the Guide to Advocacy 107 (GAR, 2016)

• "Class Arbitration in the United States: Life After Death?," in Class Actions in Arbitration (B. Hanotiau, E. Schwartz eds., ICC Pub. No. 771, 2016)13

• "The Selection of Arbitrators," in International Commercial Arbitration in New York 113 (J. Carter & J. Fellas eds., OUP, 2010)

• "Arbitration Under Expedited Discovery Procedures: What Are the Sacrifices," The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2011, at 4 (with J.E. Neuhaus)

• "Selecting the Site for Arbitration," chapter in Practitioner's Handbook on International Arbitration and Mediation (Rhoades, Kolkey and Chernick, eds., 2002)

• "Improving Life With the Party-Appointed Arbitrator: Clearer Conduct Guidelines for 'NonNeutrals'," 11 Am. Rev. Int'l Arb. 295 (2001)

• "NAFTA: How It Has Transformed Dispute Resolution in Canada, Mexico, and the United States," 4(3) Disp. Resol. Mag. 19 (1998)

• "A User’s Perspective on the Arbitral Process: What Are the Current Needs?," in Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the International Federation of Commercial Arbitration Institutions 49 (Geneva, 1997)

• "The Rights and Duties of the Arbitrator: Six Aspects of the Rule of Reasonableness," in The Status of the Arbitrator (ICC Pub. No. 564, 1995)

• "The International Commercial Arbitration Explosion: More Rules, More Laws, More Books, So What?," 15 Mich. J. Int’l L. 785 (1994)

• "Living with the Party-Appointed Arbitrator: Judicial Confusion, Ethical Codes and Practical Advice," 3 Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 153 (1992)
   

 
   
 
 
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