Adam Raviv is a Secior Ethics Counsel at the White House. He was previously Special Counsel at WilmerHale in Washington, DC. His practice focused on government ethics, international arbitrations and appellate and complex commercial litigation. He was also a lecturer-in-law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he taught international arbitration.
Mr. Raviv's articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, the George Mason Law Review, the George Washington International Law Review, Corporate Counsel, Arbitration International, Global Arbitration Review, Transnational Dispute Management and the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. Mr. Raviv has also authored and coauthored posts on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog.
Mr. Raviv's article “Unsafe Harbors: Partisan Redistricting and One Person, One Vote” was cited in a Supreme Court opinion in League of United Latin American Citizens v. Perry (2006).
Mr. Raviv was awarded the American Society of International Law’s Private International Law Prize for his essay “No More Excuses: Toward a Workable System of Dispositive Motions in International Arbitration.”