Laurence Shore


  • International arbitration, as counsel and arbitrator (inc. under the ICC, LCIA, ICDR, ICSID, Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration, AAA-Commercial and UNCITRAL rules)
  • International dispute resolution
  • Litigation before USA courts
  • IP, Business and Human Rights


  •  Key sectors:
    • energy
    • construction
    • telecommunications
    • mining
    • healthcare
    • maritime
    • finance

Foreign language: Italian


- Joined as partner in 2017


  • Team Leader of the International Arbitration Focus Team
  • Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (2017)
  • Councillor of LCIA’s North American Users’ Council (since 2014)
  • Chair of the New York City Bar’s International Law Committee (2012–2014)


  • Member of the District of Columbia Bar
  • Member of the Commonwealth of Virginia Bar
  • Member of the New York Bar
  • Solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales
  • PhD in History from the John’s Hopkins University
  • Law degree from the Emory University School of Law
  • History degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Knowledge Sharing

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EAIAC 2018: The Implications of Regional Investment Arbitration

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Achmea: the future of investment arbitration in Europe

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Third Party Funding: a useful tool to know in international arbitration

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©Luca Campigotto, Rome, 2014

Caught in the “Crossfire”: quantum calculations in international arbitration

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©Luca Campigotto, Rome, 2014

Arbitration clauses in intra-EU BITs are not compatible with EU law: a momentous decision by the European Court of Justice

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Two new partners join BonelliErede’s international arbitration practice

BonelliErede announces the strengthening of its international arbitration practice with the arrival of two partners on 1st September 2017: Laurence Shore and Andrea Carlevaris. Laurence Shore has been a partner in the New York City office of Herbert Smith Freehills, where he was head of the pub …

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