TagTime S02E08 – Prof. Larry Shore on “Text, Context, and Justice: Contract Interpretation by Arbitrators”
Prof. Larry Shore discussed “Text, Context, and Justice: Contract Interpretation by Arbitrators” with Dr Kabir Duggal and Amanda Lee. The recording is available here and Prof. Shore’s slides are available here. Larry Shore was tagged by Prof. Nayla Comair-Obeid; he in turn tagged Stephan Wilske.
Prof. Larry Shore is the head of the BonelliErede international arbitration practice group. He is resident in the firm’s Milan, Italy, office. Previously, Larry was a partner at the Herbert Smith (London, New York City) and Gibson Dunn (New York City) law firms. He began his career in the law as a litigation associate at Williams & Connolly in Washington, D.C. He also worked as an attorney adviser in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Legal Adviser.
Larry’s law degree is from Emory University, where he was editor-in chief of the Emory Law Journal. He has a doctorate in American History from Johns Hopkins University and earned his undergraduate degree from the same university as Michael Jordan.
Larry has principally practiced in the international arbitration area since 1995. In addition to his work as counsel and arbitrator, he has taught as an adjunct lecturer at New York University School of Law and the Washington College of Law (American University, Washington, D.C.), and he was Chair of the New York City Bar’s International Law Committee from 2012-2014.
Among Larry’s publications in the arbitration field are his co-authorship of International Investment Arbitration: Substantive Principles (Oxford U. Press, 2d edition, 2017); and “Do Witness Statements Matter – And if so, How Can They Be Improved?“, in A.J. van den Berg, ed., Legitimacy: Myths, Realities, Challenges; ICCA Congress Series No.18 (Wolters Kluwer, 2015).