Carolyn B. Lamm is a partner at White & Case, where she concentrates in international arbitration, international trade matters, and international commercial litigation, and is a member of the firm’s Partnership Committee. She served as the president of the American Bar Association for the 2009-2010 term.
Ms. Lamm was elected to the ALI in December 1984 and was elected to the Council in December 1999. She serves as the Chair of the Regional Advisory Group for Region 4, and is a Counselor for the Restatement Fourth, Foreign Relations Law of the United States. She is also an Adviser on the Restatement Third, The U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration project and was previously an Adviser on the Recognition & Enforcement of Foreign Judgments project.
Prior to joining White & Case, Ms. Lamm was employed by the U.S. Department of Justice and served as a trial attorney in the Fraud Section, Civil Division, before becoming Assistant Director of the Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Division.
EDUCATION: State University of New York at Buffalo, B.A.; University of Miami, J.D.