Mannheimer Swartling partner Kristoffer Löf selected to ICDR Y&I Executive Board
Mannheimer Swartling partner Kristoffer Löf has been selected by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution to serve as one of four members on the ICDR Young & International Executive Board.
Kristoffer Löf has previously served on ICDR Y&I’s Global Advisory Board, a group of 21 practitioners from 16 countries which assists the Executive Board in the commission of its duties.
Founded in 2004, ICDR Y&I is a networking and educational group for young dispute resolution practitioners and currently has a membership of over 2,400 from 96 countries. Kristoffer Löf will sit for a three-year term on the Executive Board with Samaa Haridi, partner at Weil Gotshal & Manges in New York; Maxi Scherer, special counsel at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in London, and Baiju Vasani, partner at Jones Day in London.
Kristoffer Löf is a partner at Mannheimer Swartling and a member of the firm’s Dispute Resolution group. He specializes in arbitration, with a focus on energy and construction disputes. Mannheimer Swartling is the leading law firm in dispute resolution in the Nordic region and ranked top tier globally. With more than 70 lawyers in six offices on three continents committed exclusively to dispute resolution, our dispute resolution team delivers results to clients at arbitral venues all over the world.
The ICDR is the international arm of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). For more information about the ICDR and the ICDR Y&I, visit www.adr.org.