Luis M. Martinez

International Centre for Dispute Resolution®
New York, NY

 

Luis M. Martinez is the Vice President of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution located in New York. Mr. Martinez serves as an integral part of the ICDR's international strategy team and is responsible for international arbitration and mediation business development for the North-East (from Washington, D.C. to Maine, including New York City) and Central and South America.

 

Mr. Martinez in his capacity as President of the IACAC was responsible for the oversight of its network of arbitral centers throughout the Americas and as the only institution that is expressly included in the Inter-American Convention on International Commercial Arbitration conducted numerous arbitration and mediation initiatives throughout the hemisphere aimed at developing the ADR culture.

 

Mr. Martinez joined the AAA in 1996 as the first attorney hired to staff the newly created ICDR and later served as the ICDR's first director. For the last several years Mr. Martinez worked as the Vice President responsible for the ICDR's international administrative services and prior to that he held the position of a staff attorney for the AAA's Office of the General Counsel before assuming his current position.

 

Mr. Martinez received a Bachelor’s Degree from Georgian Court College and a Juris Doctor degree from St. John's University School of Law. He has had numerous articles published on international arbitration and has appeared as a speaker in programs throughout the world. Mr. Martinez is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and the State of New Jersey. He is a dual citizen of Spain and the United States and is fluent in Spanish and has a functional understanding of Portuguese.

 

Courses

  • ICDR Awards and Commentaries - Just How Different Is International Arbitration Than Domestic Arbitration?
  • ICDR Awards and Commentaries: Just How Different Is International Arbitration Than Domestic Arbitration?
  • The ICDR’s International Arbitration Rules - Assessing the Impact of the 2014 Amendments