London – JAMS International, the largest private provider of mediation and arbitration services worldwide, today announced the addition of Monique Sasson. Ms. Sasson will be based in JAMS International London and New York Resolution Centers and serve as a neutral in a variety of disputes including Banking, Business/Commercial, Energy/Utility, Financial Markets and Telecommunications.
Ms. Sasson’s experience includes major, multi-jurisdictional litigation and international arbitration proceedings. She has practiced commercial litigation and international arbitration for more than 20 years in Rome, London and New York.
With substantial experience as counsel in international arbitration cases at Studio Legale Chiomenti in Rome and Herbert Smith in London, Ms. Sasson combines practical understanding of both common and civil law traditions.
“Monique has distinguished herself in both common and civil law,” said Chris Poole, JAMS International president and CEO. “We are confident that her expertise fills a gap in the market for both institutional and party appointments, and look forward to a successful partnership in both the U.S. and Europe.”
“I am delighted to join JAMS International,” said Ms. Sasson. “It is unique in the global arbitration community to offer first-class case administration in multiple jurisdictions. I look forward to advancing my career as an arbitrator alongside its supremely talented panel.”
Ms. Sasson earned a Ph.D. in International Law from Cambridge University and a law degree from Guido Carli L.U.I.S.S. (Rome, Italy). She is currently a co-managing editor of Journals of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration and is an adjunct lecturer at the Washington College of Law, American University.
About JAMS International
JAMS International is headquartered in London, with additional locations in the EU plus a network of partners, including JAMS Ireland, JAMS in the United States, International IP ADR Center in Korea, ADR Center in Italy and Result ADR in the Netherlands. JAMS International helps to meet a need for efficient and cost-effective dispute resolution with high quality panellists and resources.