Personal information:  
   
Name:  Prof., Dr. iur. et Mgr., Dipl. Ing. (oec) Alexander Bělohlávek
Contact details:                             c./o. Law offices Bělohlávek, Jana Zajíce 32, Praha (Prague) 7, 170 00
URL, phone no.: Tel.: +420 / 224 313 407, +420 / 233 379 834,M: +420 / 602 / 30 54 86
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Country of professional activity:

Czech Republic


Education and professional qualifications:             
Period:  Institution, field of study, degree:
   
1987 – 1988 Faculty of Law, J.E.P. University (today Masaryk University), Brno
1988 – 1991 Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague
Institute of International Relations and International Law at the Faculty of Law of Charles University (where A. Belohlavek first attained a master’s degree – "Mgr."). Fully qualified as lawyer since 1991.
1986 – 1990

Faculty of Economics
Foreign Trade Relations ("inženýr" / "inženýr ekonomie" [graduate economist – Dipl. Ing. (oec)])
1991 – 1993 Postgraduate studies, Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague
subject: Civil Law I (defense of doctoral thesis: December 1993) (“Dr.)

Professional experience:                   
Period:   Company, job title, city:
   
1993 – 1994 Commercial lawyer
Řattorney-at-law for commercial disputes);
1994 – present Attorney-at-Law
1991 – 1996 Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague / Czech Republic
research assistant (Institute of Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights and Competition Law; Department of Commercial and Economic law – subjects: commercial law, private international law, international commercial law). Currently a member of this faculty's examination board for doctoral state exams of postgraduate students.
1992 - present Professor on the Department of Law, Faculty of Economics at the VŠB Technická univerzita Ostrava / Czech Republic
(since 1 April 2001: professor at the Department of Law, 1996 to March 2001: lecturer at the Department of Law, 1992-1996: research assistant at the Department of Law; scientific supervisor in the field of international commercial law, member of the specialist board for doctoral studies, scientific supervisor in the field of international trade and legal regulations of economy and business, scientific supervisor for accredited postgraduate and doctoral study programs in Czech and German, among others)
2012 – 2018 Professor ("profesor zwyczajny") and Chair of the Department of International Law and International Relations
at the Faculty of Law and Public Administration, Warsaw Academy of Management, Poland
2015 – present Professor on the Department of International Law, Faculty of Law, West Bohemia University
(also member of the examination board for doctoral state exams in the field of private international law and European law; in addition; supervisor of Ph.D. students)

Language skills:
Czech, German, Slovak, English, Russian – A
Polish – B
Ukrainian, Icelandic – C

[A] - fluent knowledge with the ability to actively conduct oral hearings and process procedural resolutions and awards without any third party support, [B] - active knowledge, but at least partial third-party support required when processing decisions, [C] - passive knowledge of the ability to work with documents in a language without the need for translation.


Professional membership:
ABA – American Bar Association; ArbAut – Österreichische Vereinigung für Schiedsverfahren; ASA – Swiss Arbitration Association; ASIL – American Association of International Law; ČAK – Czech Bar Association; ČES – Czech Economic Society
ČSMP – Czech Society of International Law; DIS – Deutsche Institution für Schiedsverfahren; DTSW – Deutsch-Tschechische und Deutsch-Slowakische Wirtschaftsvereinigung; IBA – International Bar Association; ICC – International Chamber of Commerce; ICC WBLI – ICC World Business Law Institute (Paris, France); ILA – International Law Association (Headquarters Branch, London); Law Society of England and Wales, associate member (London, UK); Deutsch-Tschechische Juristenvereinigung; Deutsch-Russische Handelskammer (Frankfurt a.M., Germany); RAA – Russian Arbitration Association (Moscow, Russia); WJA –World Jurist Association (Washington D.C., USA, past president of the WJA) and many others.


Experience in domestic arbitration proceedings:

- Chairman of the arbitration panel: ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more
- as Co-arbitrator: ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more
- as Sole arbitrator:       ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more

Experience in international arbitration proceedings:

- Chairman of the arbitration panel:  ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more
- as Co-arbitrator: ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more
- as Sole arbitrator:    ◻️ to 20         ◻️ from 20 to 50       ◻️ from 50 to 100       ✖️ 100 and more

Experience with arbitration according to the following rules:
International Arbitration Court at the Czech Commodity Exchange – Vice President of the Court (Prague, Czech Republic); Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and to the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic (Prague, Czech Republic); Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC, Vienna, Austria); ICC International Court of Arbitration (Paris, France); International Commercial Arbitration Court attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation – MKAS TPP (Moscow, Russian Federation); Arbitration Court for Commercial Disputes at the Lithuanian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Vilnius, Lithuania); Arbitration Court attached to the Polish Chamber of Commerce (Warsaw, Poland); International Commercial Arbitration Court attached to the Belarus Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Minsk, Belarus); AAA (New York, USA); PCA (Den Haag, Netherlands); SCC (Stockholm, Sweden) and many others.


Entry in the list (s) of the following permanent arbitration institutions:
International Arbitration Court at the Czech Commodity Exchange – Vice President of the Court (Prague, Czech Republic); Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and to the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic (Prague, Czech Republic); Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC, Vienna, Austria), since 2015 also member of the international advisory board of the VIAC; International Arbitration Court attached to the Ukrainian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Kiev, Ukraine); International Commercial Arbitration Court attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation – MKAS TPP (Moscow, Russian Federation); International Arbitration Court attached to the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Moldavia (Chişinău, Moldova); Arbitration Court for Commercial Disputes at the Lithuanian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Vilnius, Lithuania); Kazakh International Arbitration Court (Almaty, Kazakhstan); Arbitration Court attached to the Slovenian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Ljubljana, Slovenia); International Commercial Arbitration Court attached to the Belarus Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Minsk, Belarus); International Arbitration Court at the Institute of Private International Law (Sofia, Bulgaria); Arbitration Court attached to the Polish Chamber of Commerce (Warsaw, Poland); Kuala Lumpur Regional Center of Arbitration – Asian International Arbitration Center (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) – arbitrator and mediator; International Arbitration Commission (Court) (HRBAC, Harbin, China); Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (Shenzhen Arbitration Commission / South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission) (SCIA) (Shenzhen, China) International Arbitration Court attached to the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Bucharest, Romania); Panel of Arbitrators for International and Investment Disputes of the Arbitration Centre at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Enterpreneuers (RSPP) (Moscow, Russian Federation) and others. Panelist for resolution of disputes arising out of the Agreement on Trade between EU and Colombia, Agreement on Trade between EU and Peru and panelist for other disputes pursuant to international law.


Publications:

More than 470 published works since 1989, among them approx. 150 monographs (as the sole author or co-author). About one third of the entire output of published works has been published out of the Czech Republic. Publications (incl. monographs) have been published in the following languages: English, Czech, French, German, Polish, Russian, Romanian, Spanish, and Ukrainian. Citations (domestic and abroad): approx. 3,000 citations on record. Domestic and foreign reviews of own published papers: more than 100 published book reviews.

A detailed list of publications available on https://www.legalservices.cz/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/AB-publikace.pdf.