Anthony M. DiLeo

New Orleans, LA


Anthony M. DiLeo graduated from Tulane Law School in 1970, received an LLM from Harvard Law School, then served as the clerk to Judge Alvin B. Rubin and then to Judge John Minor Wisdom in 1971-73.


Mr. DiLeo is an experienced arbitrator and mediator. He has arbitrated or mediated over 400 cases arising in some 19 states for local, national and international parties, and has arbitrated contract disputes in the 9-, 10-, and 11-figure range, both as a sole arbitrator and as a member of a three-member arbitration panel.


A detailed description of his arbitration experience is found at his website listed above. He is a member of the panels of the AAA, CPR, FINRA, AHLA, and ICDR. He also teaches a Seminar in Advanced American Arbitration Law at Tulane Law School as an Adjunct Professor. He teaches arbitrators and case managers as well.


  • Arbitrating Cultural Heritage
  • Arbitrating Cultural Heritage Disputes
  • What’s In and What’s Out - Recent Developments In Arbitral Jurisdiction

Upcoming Sessions

Course TitleLocationDatesFormatStatusView
Arbitrating Cultural Heritage Disputes-Recorded WebinarOPEN  
What’s In and What’s Out - Recent Developments In Arbitral Jurisdiction-Recorded WebinarOPEN