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Matthew Draper serves and arbitrator and counsel in international arbitrations across an array of industries and under all major arbitration rules.
As arbitrator, Matthew serves as chair, party-appointed, sole arbitrator, and emergency arbitrator. In the past five years, he has arbitrated over 30 disputes in the areas of renewable energy, finance, and international commercial contracts. Matthew is a member of the ICDR, SIAC, and AAA Large and Complex case rosters.
As counsel, recent arbitration cases have involved water, natural resources, international commercial contracts, fashion, energy/power projects, construction/engineering, telecommunications, transport, and IP and licensing.
Co-Chair, 2021 New York Arbitration Week
Chair, USCIB ICC/USA Sole Practitioner Group
Vice Chair, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators NY Branch
Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Fellow, American Bar Foundation
ICC Task Force on Arbitration of Climate Change Related Disputes (2018-2020)
"United States" chapter in "Lexology Getting the Deal Through—Arbitration 2020"
A.B., Princeton University (magna cum laude)
J.D., Columbia University (Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar)
Certificate of Achievement, Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law
Admitted in New York, District of Columbia, and New Mexico