Jean Kalicki is an independent arbitrator in New York and Washington, DC, specializing in investor-State, international and complex commercial disputes. Until April 2016, she was a Partner at Arnold & Porter LLP. Over 25 years, she has conducted arbitrations involving six continents, across many industries, addressing public international law and the laws of dozens of different countries.
Ms. Kalicki is a Vice President of the LCIA, a former member of the AAA Board, a member of the ICC Commission (US National Committee) and the Board of SICANA, Inc. (ICC North America), and a member of the ICCA Governing Board. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and of the College of Commercial Arbitrators. She teaches arbitration and advocacy as adjunct professor at Georgetown and American University law schools; was co-editor of Reshaping the Investor-State Dispute Settlement System: Journeys for the 21st Century (Brill Nijhoff and TDM-OGEMID 2015), and serves on the Editorial Boards of the ICSID Review and Global Arbitration Review.
In 2016, Law360 named Ms. Kalicki one of the "Five Most Influential Female International Arbitrators" in the world. She has recently been selected as Best Lawyers' "Lawyer of the Year" for International Arbitration-Governmental for both Washington, DC (2016) and New York (2017).