Ethics and Subconscious Influences - World Arbitration and Mediation Review, Vol. 9 No. 4

Luke Sobota
Rachael D. Kent
Claus von Wobeser
Page Count: 
10 pages
May, 2015
Author Detail: 

Luke Sobota is a founding partner of Three Crowns LLP.  He teaches a course on international investment arbitration and is writing a monograph on the general principles of international law.  Mr. Sobota received his law degree from the University of Chicago, after which he clerked for the late Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court.

Rachael D. Kent is a partner and vice-chair of the international arbitration group of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP in Washington D.C.  Ms. Kent represents clients in a wide variety of commercial and investment arbitration proceedings worldwide under numerous substantive and procedural governing laws.  She has recently represented parties in commercial and investment disputes in the mining, energy, aerospace, pharmaceutical, construction, insurance, defense, telecommunications, and retail sectors, among others.  Ms. Kent teaches International Commercial Arbitration at the Georgetown University Law Center and the Duke University School of Law, and she frequently speaks and writes on topics related to international arbitration.  Ms. Kent received her JD from the Duke University School of Law.

Claus von Wobeser, Managing Partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra in Mexico City. With experience acting in over 100 arbitrations as either counsel or arbitrator under the rules of the ICC, AAA, Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission, NAFTA, and ICSID.  He serves as arbitrator on the ICSID Panel as designee of the Chairman of the Administrative Council.  Furthermore, he is Vice Chairman of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, former Co-Chair of the Arbitration Committee of the IBA and former President of the Mexican Bar Association.