Mirèze Philippe is a French lawyer of French and Lebanese origin. She holds a post-graduate degree in Business law and a master in Business Administration.
After having administered hundreds of procedures including scrutinizing awards within one of the arbitration teams of the ICC Court’s Secretariat, Mirèze was nominated Special Counsel in 2000. Alongside IT engineers she helped develop the NetCase platform to conduct arbitration procedures in a secure online environment. She was in charge of several projects and has namely helped foster ICC Arbitration in the Middle East, contributed to an ICC arbitration online training and an incentive programme for ICC National Committees. She is currently mainly in charge of coordinating internal practices, overseeing a legal training programme and is in charge of the internship programme.
She speaks and writes on arbitration and online dispute resolution (ODR), and on unconscious bias and diversity (articles available on www.arbitralwomen.org/author/mireze-philippe).
She is co-founder of ArbitralWomen, member of the Steering Committee of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge, member of the Board of Advisors of Arbitrator Intelligence, member of the Advisory Board of Association Arbitri, member of the ICCA Diversity Task Force, member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution, Fellow of the National Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution (“NCTDR”), Board member of the International Council of Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR).
Mirèze received the CPR 2018 Diversity Award for outstanding contributions to diversity in ADR.