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Pierre MAYER

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Pierre MAYER
Emeritus Professor, University Paris 1- Panthéon-Sorbonne, International Arbitrator
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Internationally recognised for his competence, extensive experience and intellectual honesty, Professor Pierre MAYER is considered one of the few great names of international arbitration. He now acts mainly as an arbitrator, in both commercial and investment arbitration procedures.

He is a specialist in international arbitration law and private international law, two subjects which he has taught for decades at the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) where he was a professor from 1984 to 2012 and has been an emeritus professor since 2012.

Prior to setting up his own office, Professor Pierre MAYER practiced with Coudert Brothers, Clifford Chance and Dechert, where he was a partner for 10 years.

A French qualified avocat, Professor Pierre MAYER has acted as counsel or arbitrator in hundreds of proceedings under a variety of ad hoc or institutional arbitration rules, in commercial and investment matters. His experience spans a variety of sectors and all forms of contracts.

Professor Pierre MAYER regularly speaks at conferences. He is the author of the reference textbook on French international private law and of a general course at the Hague Academy of International Law. He has published dozens of articles on arbitration law and practice and on private international law.

He is also, inter alia, former president of the International Academy for Arbitration Law, member of the council of the ICC Institute of World Business Law, member of the board of the Comité français de l'arbitrage, member of the Institut de droit international, and former president of the committee on international commercial arbitration of the International Law Association.

A French national, Professor Pierre MAYER is fluent in English.

WWL says: « Pierre MAYER is "one of the most sophisticated and intelligent arbitrators in the market" according to peers who "have a lot of respect for his work" as both arbitrator and counsel. »