Mirèze Philippe

Mirèze is a French lawyer of French and Lebanese origin. She also holds a Master in Business Administration. She speaks English, French, Arabic, German and understands Spanish. She is Special Counsel at the ICC International Court of Arbitration that she has joined in 1984. After having administered arbitration procedures at the Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration including scrutinising awards for several years, she was entrusted with numerous projects, mainly building alongside IT engineers the NetCase platform for conducting arbitrations in a secure online environment, promoting ICC arbitration in the Arab region, drafting arbitration mock cases and moderating workshops on arbitration, contributing to ICC arbitration online training. She is currently mainly in charge of coordinating internal practices, a legal training programme and the internship programme. Mirèze is ArbitralWomen co-founder and Executive Board member. She is member of the Steering Committee of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge, member of the Council of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution, member of the ABA Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Task Force, member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution, fellow of the National Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution (“NCTDR”), board member of the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution (“ICODR”), member of the Advisory Board of Association Arbitri, member of Paris Place d’Arbitrage. She was also member of the UNCITRAL Working Group III on ODR (report delivered in February 2016), and member of the ICCA Diversity Task Force (report delivered in July 2020). She taught arbitration and teaches online dispute resolution. She is occasionally evaluator and arbitrator at the Vis Moot International Commercial Arbitration. She speaks and writes on arbitration and online dispute resolution (ODR), and on gender diversity and unconscious bias (articles available under her profile on www.arbitralwomen.org).

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