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Laurie Craig, who led the legendary Coudert Brothers international arbitration group in Paris, where he helped shape modern arbitral practice and was a teacher and mentor to many leading figures in the field, has died aged 89.
30 August 2023
The global arbitration community is mourning the loss of Eric Bergsten, the man behind the Vis Moot, who has died aged 91.
14 July 2023
Rajiv Luthra, a pioneer of the Indian legal market who played a key role in supporting and promoting the system of international arbitration and its institutions, has died aged 65.
23 June 2023
Thomas Buergenthal, who survived Auschwitz as a young boy before becoming a leading human rights law pioneer, International Court of Justice judge and arbitrator, has died aged 89.
16 June 2023
Marc Lalonde, who was at the heart of Canadian politics for over 15 years as right-hand man to former prime minister Pierre Trudeau before becoming a leading international arbitrator, has died aged 93.
26 May 2023
Werner Melis, founder of the Vienna International Arbitration Centre, has died aged 87.
10 October 2022
The arbitration world continues to mourn Bruno Leurent, a leading specialist in the field and founder of Foley Hoag's Paris office, who has died aged 77.
08 September 2022
Katherine Proctor, who co-chaired the international arbitration group at Kennedys, has passed away aged 40 following a long illness.
01 September 2022
Bill Slate, former president and CEO of the American Arbitration Association and founder of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, has died aged 79.
15 July 2022
Mark Roe, a leading construction disputes lawyer who helped to establish the international arbitration practice at Pinsent Masons, has died aged 66 after a period of illness.
21 April 2022
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