Guido Santiago Tawil is an Independent Arbitrator since November 2018. Previously he was the Senior Partner and member of the Executive Committee at M. & M. Bomchil, in Buenos Aires (1993-2018), and a Secretary of Argentina´s Federal Supreme Court of Justice (position equivalent to federal judge) (1989-1991). He is a Chair Professor of Administrative Law, member of the Award Committee and former member of the Ph. D. Committee at the Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Law and of Public Utilities. Prof. Tawil actively appears as chair, arbitrator, counsel or legal expert both in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations. He is an Advisory Board Member and former Governing Council Member of the ICCA; Former Co-chair of the IBA´s Arbitration Committee (2009-2010) and member of the Subcommittes that reviewed the IBA Rules of Evidence and its Guidelines on Conflicts; Former Co-chair of the IBA’s Latin American Forum (2008) and member of the IBA’s LPD Council; Former Chair of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALArb), Former Court Member of the LCIA and current member of the LCIA Company; Member of the ICC´s Latin American Arbitration Group; Member of the FIAA´s Board of Trustees; Member of the Administrative Law Institute of the National Law Academy, among other institutions. He has published seven books and over 140 articles and other papers related to his areas of practice. Prof. Tawil received his law degree in 1983, a Master degree in Administrative Law and Public Administration in 1986, and a Ph. D. from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Administrative Law Area) in 1991, with the highest academic qualifications.