Provided by Stephanie Cohen
Stephanie Cohen is a Canadian international arbitrator based in New York City. She is dually admitted in New York and Ontario, Canada.
Stephanie has practiced exclusively as an arbitrator since 2012, serving as tribunal chair, sole arbitrator, co-arbitrator, and emergency arbitrator in matters governed by the ICC, ICDR, AAA, UNCITRAL, ADRIC, and Society of Maritime Arbitrators rules. Previously, Stephanie was Counsel in the international arbitration and commercial litigation practice at White & Case LLP in New York where she appeared in complex, high-value disputes before international arbitration tribunals and courts.
Stephanie is on arbitrator rosters for the ICDR and AAA and is a CPR Distinguished Neutral. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chair of its New York Branch, and a member of the ICC Commission, for which she is Chair of the Working Group on Use of Information Technology in International Arbitration. She regularly speaks and writes about international arbitration matters of practical interest and has taken a leading role promoting cybersecurity, including as the author of an award-winning article and as a member of the ICCA-CPR-NYC Bar Association Working Group on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration.
For more information, visit www.cohenarbitration.com.
Stephanie Cohen has a growing reputation as an arbitrator and is particularly noted for her handling of commercial disputes.
"Stephanie is absolutely outstanding. She's very detail-orientated, she commands the position of chair very well, she's pleasant to work with and considers the opinions of the wings." "She's really vigorous in her intellectual analysis of a problem, methodical, and is someone that parties can really count on to dive in and become a master of the law."