Alexandra Dosman is the executive director of the New York International Arbitration Center.
Prior to joining NYIAC in May 2013, Ms. Dosman practiced litigation and arbitration at Shearman & Sterling LLP for seven years, where she had a leading role in international commercial and investment treaty arbitration cases. Ms. Dosman earned an undergraduate degree at McGill University, followed by graduate and law degrees at the University of Toronto. She is bilingual English/French.
The New York International Arbitration Center, Inc. ("NYIAC") is a New York not-for-profit that promotes and enhances New York as a leading hub for the resolution of international disputes. NYIAC does not administer arbitrations or provide arbitrators. Working with arbitral institutions, practitioners, arbitrators, business leaders, and the academic community, NYIAC facilitates discussion and offers educational programs on why parties should choose New York as a seat and venue for both international commercial and investment treaty arbitration. NYIAC also operates a world-class hearing center that provides a neutral, private, modern space for the conduct of international arbitrations (either ad hoc or under any institutional rules) and other alternative dispute resolution hearings.