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Click here to enlarge.   Louise BARRINGTON IAI Member   
Aculex T.I.
9 Pak Tam Au Village
Sai Kung, New Territories
Hong Kong, SAR
Tel: +852.6409.0356

7, rue Michel Peter
75013 Paris
Tel: +33.(0) (Cell)
Languages   English (native); French (fluent); Spanish (working knowledge)
Nationality   Canada, UK
Bar Admission   Ontario - 1978
New York - 1987
England & Wales - 2001
Education   University of Toronto (LLB - 1976); Université de Paris II Panthéon-Assas(Maîtrise - 1987); Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Director, Centre of Construction Law
as Arbitrator  
Sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in several international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc and under the Rules of the ICC; Accredited commercial mediator (CIArb, HKIAC)
Relating to  
• Co-editor, Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration, TDM Special Issue 4 (2015) (with R. Rana)

• "Third-Party Funding and the International Arbitrator, in The Powers and Duties of an Arbitrator: Liber Amicorum Pierre A. Karrer 15 (P. Shaughnessy, S. Tung eds., Kluwer, 2017)

• Selected Perspectives on ADR in Asia, in ADR International Applications 31 (ICC Pub. No. 640E, 2001)

• "Hubco v. WAPDA: Pakistan Top Court Rejects Modern Arbitration," 11(3) Am. Rev. Int'l Arb. 385 (2000)

• "Cultural Do’s and Taboos in International Business Transactions: Some Observations out of Asia" (presented to IBA conference in Amsterdam in September 2000)

• "Dispute Prevention, Management and Resolution: Can We Do it Better," Bldg. J. (July 2000)

• "Law to be Applied to International Arbitrations," in The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business 2001 (Kluwer)

• "Arbitration in Asia: Recent Trends," Can. Int’l Law. (Apr. 2000)

• "The Need for Speed – A Word from Asia," in Improving International Arbitration – Liber Amicorum Michel Gaudet (B. Davis ed., ICC Publishing, 1998)

• "Arbitral Women: A Study of Women in International Commercial Arbitration," in A Commercial Way to Justice (G. Beresford-Hartwell ed., Kluwer, 1997)

• "One Small Step Backward? A Comment on the Ken Ren Cases," 6(1) Am. J. Int’l Arb. 65 (1995)
with France  
Founding President, ArbitralWomen

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