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Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall

Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall

 

Academic Qualifications:

Fox Scholarship, The Harold G. Fox Education Fund, Middle Temple, London, 1997
LLL, Civil Law, University of Ottawa, 1995
LLB, Common Law, University of Ottawa, Highest Standing in Trial Advocacy, 1994
BA, Université Laval, Québec City, 1991

Professional Memberships:

ICC Canadian National Committee
ICC French National Committee
ICC Commission on Arbitration
ICDR, Roster of Arbitrators
Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada, Roster of Arbitrators
Foundation for International Arbitration Advocacy, Executive Committee
International Bar Association, Arbitration Committee and New York Convention Sub-Committee
Institute for Transnational Arbitration, Advisory Board
Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners, Advisory Board
Journal of Arbitration and Mediation, Editorial Board
International Arbitration Institute
London Court of International Arbitration
CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution, Arbitration Committee
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, MCIArb
ADR Institute of Canada
Canadian Bar Association, International Law Section Business Dispute Resolution Committee
Solicitors’ Association of Higher Court Advocates
Cercle international Rouge et Or de l’Université Laval, Founding Member
The Harold G. Fox Education Fund, Canadian Trustee
Goodenough College, Alumnus

Arbitration Experience:Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall is a partner in the International Arbitration Practice at White & Case LLP. He has substantial oral advocacy experience in English and French and acts as counsel and arbitrator in cross-border disputes involving among other things joint ventures, oil & gas, construction, mergers & acquisitions, intellectual property, telecommunications, defence, power, mining, and other natural resources. He is trained and qualified in common law and civil law and has worked with the laws of numerous jurisdictions, representing clients from around the world in disputes of up to several billion dollars.Ranked in 2011 among Global Arbitration Review’s 45 Under 45 as one of the leading international arbitration lawyers in the world and selected one of Lexpert’s 2009 Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers Under 40, Andrew is considered “among the next generation of Canadian arbitration stars” (Chambers Global, 2011). He is valued for his “clear and pragmatic advice” (Chambers Global, 2011), and clients are “impressed” by “his preparation and attention to detail” and “focused, credible and convincing arguments” (GAR 100, 2011). Andrew is recognized in leading legal directories such as the GAR 100, Chambers Global, the Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada, Legal 500, PLC Which Lawyer, Who’s Who Legal, and the Guide to the World’s Leading Commercial Arbitration Experts.

Andrew is a member of the International Chamber of Commerce’s Commission on Arbitration and Canadian and French National Committees. He is also on the Roster of Arbitrators of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada. A frequent speaker and writer, Andrew has taught international arbitration at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. He has extensive experience in international arbitration advocacy training and is a member of the Foundation for International Arbitration Advocacy’s Executive Committee.

Andrew is also Special Counsel to Canadian law firm Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall, where he was previously a partner and founder of its International Arbitration Group. White & Case LLP and Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l. are not associated firms.

ADR Specialization:
Construction/Engineering
Infrastructure/Projects
Intellectual Property
Energy/Natural Resources
Sports

Firm:
White & Case LLP
Address:
19, Place Vendôme
Paris France 75001
Phone:
+331 5504 1504
Email:
amcdougall@whitecase.com
Website:
http://www.whitecase.com/amcdougall


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