KOOROSH H. AMELI 2018-02-13T11:43:59+00:00

Project Description

Koorosh H. Ameli

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AddressAmeli International Arbitration, New Babylon, Anna van Buerenplein 41, 2595 DA,
the Hague,the Netherlands
Phone(+31) 70 205 12 98
Education– SJD Candidate, George Washington University Law School, 1979-1981
– LL.M., Harvard Law School, 1977; LL.M.,(abp), National University of Iran Law School, 1975
– LL.B., National University of Iran Law School, 1973
Bar Admission
Work Experience– Arbitrator, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, 1990 -2009
– Arbitrator Ad-Hoc, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, 1985-87
– Legal Assistant, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, 1981-85;
– Arbitrator in 2 ICC cases, in one of which was appointed by the ICC Court directly, 1982-85 and 1998-2002
– Director for Legal Research, Bureau for International Legal Services of Iran, The Hague, 1988-August 1990
– Associate, Chadborne and Park, New York, 1978-79
– Summer Associate, Baker and Mckenzie, Chicago, 1977
Present PositionArbitrator and Legal Consultant, Ameli International Arbitration, 2010 – present
Past positions
Publications– International Law and Jurisdiction over States, in Global Jurisprudence Colloquium: Decision of International Legal Institutions: Compliance and Enforcement, Stanford Law School, 2005
– Impartiality and Independence of International Arbitrators, in FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARBITRATION, Revue de Researche Juridique No.27-28, pp. 89-109, (Tehran 1999)
– The Application o the Rules of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, in INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE HAGUE’S 750th ANNIVERSARY, 236-279 (w.p. Heere, ed., T.M.C . Asser Press, The Hague, 1999)
– The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, in THE PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION, 246-281 (P. Hamilton et al eds., Kluwer, The Hague, 1999)
LanguagesEnglish, Persian and some Arabic (reading)