Reinmar Wolff

Reinmar Wolff is an Assistant Professor at the University of Marburg (Germany) and a practicing lawyer who regularly sits as an arbitrator in both institutional and ad hoc proceedings.
Reinmar has given lectures on arbitration and other topics at the universities of Marburg, Heidelberg, Kaliningrad, Jena and the European Business School in Wiesbaden. At the University of Marburg he has established and academically supervises the Vis Moot Court and ICC Mediation Competition teams.

He has extensively published in the fields of civil and commercial law, in particular company and construction law, as well as in procedural law, especially domestic and international arbitration. His treatises on arbitration include primers on arbitration in Germany (2006 and 2016) and a commentary on the New York Convention (2012, second edition 2019) and an empirical study on Germany as an arbitration venue (forthcoming 2024).

Reinmar is Vice President of the German Arbitration Institute (DIS), a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and the Chairman of the German Red Cross Federal Arbitral Tribunal. He has been appointed to the Working Group of the Federal Ministry of Justice for the Review of the German Arbitration Law.