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Judith B. Ittig

  • Partner
  • Ittig & Ittig, P.C.
  • 1420 Ninth Street, N.W.
  • Washington, District of Colombia 20001-3344
  • Email:
  • Phone: 202 387 5508
  • Cell: 202 549 3722
  • Company Phone: 202 387 5508
  • Fax: 202 232 1334


  • Undergraduate: B.A. S.U.N.Y at Buffalo 1968
  • Graduate: L.L.M. University of Illinois College of Law 1972
  • Law School: S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo 1971

Career History

Founding Partner, Ittig & Ittig, P.C., since 1999; Partner/Of Counsel, Kasimer & Ittig, PC., 1984-1999; Senior Attorney, Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather & Geraldson, 1979-82; Special Assistant to Deputy General Counsel for Regulation/Deputy Assistant General Counsel/Deputy Assistant Director of Office of Hearings & Appeals, Department of Energy, 1976-79; Visiting Associate Professor of Law, University of Mississippi, 1975-76; Assistant Professor of Law, University of Tennessee, 1972-75; Teaching Fellow, College of Law University of Illinois, 1971-72.

Professional Activities

Judith Ittig represents public and private owners, contractors, subcontractors, and design professionals in all phases of construction, from the pre-tender stage, during contract performance, and through disputes resolution proceedings.  She is also an active arbitrator and mediator and has handled disputes on projects in the United States, Africa, the Middle East, Mexico and Europe for industrial facilities (including aircraft construction), missile defense systems, national security installations, airports, power projects, waste water treatment facilities, hotels/resorts, universities and medical centers, roads and bridges, condominiums, office buildings, and marine and oil field construction and services.

Representative Articles, Publications, Speeches and Seminars

Organizer and Moderator, A Fresh Look at ADR for International Energy Construction Projects, CPR and The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Washington, DC

Discovery in Construction Arbitration: When is Enough, Enough?, American Arbitration Association, Washington, DC (October 2011)

When the Neutral Serves as Both Mediator and Arbitrator and Disqualification of Counsel in Arbitration, 2011 Mid-Winter Meeting, ABA Forum on the Construction Industry, New York, NY.

The Top Twenty Mistakes Attorney Make in Arbitration and How to Avoid Them,” Dispute Resolution Journal (October 2010), reprinted in ABA Forum on Construction Industry, Under Construction (December 2010).

Innovations in Presenting Evidence in Construction Arbitration, AAA/ICDR Neutrals’ Conference, Coronado Island, CA (February 2009).

“Entrances and Exits: Outside the Mediation,” Dispute Resolution Journal (July 2007).

Front and Center: Chairing an Arbitration,” Dispute Resolution Journal (August 2005).

“Thirty Steps to a Better Arbitration,” Dispute Resolution Journal (August 2004).

The Latest Trends in International Construction Contracting, Madrid, Spain, 7 days.

Contract Claims for Delay, Acceleration and Efficiency Loss, Abu Dhabi, 4 days.

Alternative Contract Methods:  Multiple Prime, Design-Build, Turnkey, Build/Operate/ Transfer, Dubai, 4 days.

Court Admissions

District of Columbia



New York

Admitted to practice in numerous federal courts at trial and appellate level.  Special admissions to various state courts in individual cases.

Community Activities

Trustee, University at Buffalo Foundation, Inc.

Emeritus Member, Chair (1999-2003), Dean’s Advisory Council, S.U.N.Y at Buffalo, College of Law

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