John J. Barceló III
4 Cedar Lane
Professor of International Commercial Arbitration Law for 25 years at Cornell; Director, Berger International Legal Studies Program, Cornell Law School (1974--present); Consultant, Import Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (1981-1983); Chair, International Commercial Arbitration Tribunal (under UNCITRAL Rules); Consultant to law firm in international litigation and business law.
Board of Directors, American Society of Comparative Law (1977-2004 ); Board of Editors, American Journal of Comaprative Law (1977- 2004); ; Board of Directors, Scheinman Institute for Dispute Resolution, 2008-present; Member, International Academy of Comparative Law, 2000-present; Member, Société de Législation Comparée, Paris, France (1994-present ); Member, American Society of International Law (1967- present ); Member, Maritime Law Association of the United States (Committee on Intergovernmental Relations) (1986-2010 ); ABA (Section ofInternational Law and Practice); American Friends of Bucerius Law School (2010-present)
International Arbitration Institute (Paris); Roll of Arbitrators of the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (2011-2014); U.S. Trade Law Panelists List for U.S.- Canada Free Trade Agreement Bi-national Panel Dispute Settlement (1992-
International Commercial Arbitration—A Transnational Perspective (with co-authors Tibor Varady; Arthur von Mehren) (4th ed. 2009); Internatioinal Commercial Arbitration—Teachers Manual (with co-author Tibor Varady) (4th ed.2009); A Global Law Of Jurisdiction And Judgments—Lessons From The Hague (editor and contributor, 2002, Kluwer) (with K. Clermont); Lawyers’ Practice And Ideals—A Comparative View (editor & contributor, 1999, Kluwer)(with R. Cramton); Author of many articles on international commercial arbitration; international trade; WTO law; and EU law in many professional journals and volumes.