Foley Hoag Attorney John Shope Named Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
July 9, 2020
Foley Hoag LLP litigation and arbitration partner John Shope has been named a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Based in London, and founded in 1905, the royally chartered institute seeks to promote worldwide the use of arbitration proceedings in court to resolve disputes. Fellowship is awarded to advanced practitioners based on extensive experience, examination, and interviews.
Shope has served as an arbitrator for over 10 years and in over two dozen arbitrations. He is a member of the panel of Distinguished Neutrals of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, and serves on the energy, consumer, expedited, and commercial disputes arbitration panels of the American Arbitration Association. Shope also represents clients in domestic and international arbitration as well as complex commercial and consumer litigation matters, and is a frequent author on best practices in arbitration and arbitration clause drafting.
Foley Hoag has one of the world’s leading international arbitration practices, as ranked globally by Chambers and Partners.
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