Stuart Newberger is a Washington-based senior partner with the international law firm Crowell & Morning. His practice centers on handling complex international disputes, with many involving the actions of governments. Newberger has over 30 years of trial experience in the United States and in international arbitration venues around the world including ICSID, PCA, ICC, ICDR, AAA, SCC, LCIA, and Austrian Federal Economic Centre, among others.
Newberger specializes in International Dispute Resolution practice. His practice area ranges from private commercial activities to public policy issues. In his practice, he has extensive contact with international organizations, such as the United Nations, executive and regulatory agencies, and the U.S. Congress.
Newberger is the author of The Forgotten Flight: Terrorism, Diplomacy, and the Pursuit of Justice, a book on the investigation into the terrorist attack on UTA Flight 772 and the victim’s families long fight to obtain justice. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University, and has lectured on law, international affairs, and public policy issues at various universities.
He obtained his Bachelors from George Washington University and attended Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to entering private practice, Newberger served as law clerk to U.S. District Judge Harold H. Greene and as an Assistant United States Attorney.