Thomas D. Halket
Adjunct Professor of Law
Professor Halket practices law in the State of New York and focuses on arbitration and mediation and on commercial technology matters. Courses he has taught at the Law School over the last 15 years include International Arbitration, Commercial Technology and IP Transactions and Entrepreneurship Law. Earlier in his career, he was a partner in at Bingham McCutchen and, prior to that at Hughes, Hubbard & Reed. A Chartered Arbitrator, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators, he has been an arbitrator and mediator for over 30 years and is listed on arbitral panels around the world. Among other positions with professional organizations he has held, Professor Halket was the President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chair of the Technology Advisory Committee of the American Arbitration Association and Chair of the Section of Science and Technology of the American Bar Association. A frequent author and speaker, he is the editor and co-author of a book on the arbitration of international IP disputes, now in its second edition, and the co-author of a book on the arbitration of IP disputes in the United States.