Dr. Oveis Rezvanian |Arbitrator, Attorney at Law & Professor of Law
Oveis Rezvanian is a well-known Iranian arbitration lawyer. Having bachelors and masters in both Engineering and Law, Oveis is regularly involved in dispute resolution proceedings of commercial and construction cases at the national and global levels. He holds a Ph.D. in International Law from the University of Geneva and an LLM in International Commercial Arbitration Law from Stockholm University.
Oveis is a member of Iran Central Bar Association (Attorney-at-Law), an Assistant Professor of Arbitration Law at the Institute for Management and Planning Studies (IMPS), and Members of the Courts of Arbitration at the Arbitration Center of Iran Chamber of Commerce (ACIC) and Iran Central Bar Association. Moreover, he has served in several international and domestic arbitration cases, either as counsel or arbitrator. Oveis is also regularly invited to speak and offer workshops in the fields of international commercial arbitration and Construction dispute resolution.
In November 2014, Dr. Oveis Rezvanian was appointed as the Director of Tehran Regional Arbitration Center (TRAC), which is an independent international organization under the auspice of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO).
In 2016, Dr. Oveis Rezvanian was elected as Outstanding ICAL Alumnus of Stockholm University, for “his numerous achievements in the field of arbitration, including his leading role in Iran and in the region”.
“Formulation of a Stochastic Model for the Length of Business Negotiations in EPC Contracts and Testing its Validity; Case Study in Petrochemical Industry”, First Annual International Conference on Business and Economics, American College of Thessaloniki, Greece, May 2010
“Joinder of Parties and Consolidation of Proceedings in International Construction Arbitration: Management of the Interfaces”, proposed research topic to the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 2009
“A Comparative Study of Adjudication and Arbitration in Construction Disputes (Construction Contracts Act 2002 vs. UNCITRAL Model Law 1985)”, M.S. thesis, Stockholm University, 2009
Author or co-author of several articles in international and domestic publications on Domestic and International Arbitration