ArbitralWomen Appoints New President After Resignation

Law360, New York (December 6, 2017, 9:41 PM EST) -- An international organization promoting women in arbitration said Wednesday that it has a new leader after its former president abruptly resigned last week and took a parting shot criticizing the group.

ArbitralWomen’s board of directors appointed Asoid García-Márquez president on Dec. 1, the organization said in a statement. García-Márquez, a Mexican national and the organization’s secretary and events coordinator, is a legal officer at the UNESCO Office of International Standards and Legal Affairs, where she provides internal legal advice on public international law issues and contractual...
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