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Click here to enlarge.   Constantine PARTASIDES QC IAI Young Practitioner   
Three Crowns LLP
8-10 New Fetter Place
London EC4A 1AZ
United Kingdom
Tel: +44.20.3530.7960
constantine.partasides@threecrownsllp.com
http://www.threecrownsllp.com

 
 
Languages   English (native); French (fluent); Greek (good working knowledge)
   
Nationality   UK
   
Bar Admission   Solicitor Advocate, England & Wales - 1996
   
Education   Peterhouse, Cambridge (MPhil - 1992); King’s College, London (BA - 1991)
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Chair, sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in international proceedings under the aegis of the ICC and LCIA
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, AAA and ICSID (in particular energy, telecommunications, and investor/state matters)
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
Numerous publications, including:

• Co-author, Redfern & Hunter on International Arbitration (sixth Edition, OUP, 2015) (with N. Blackaby, A. Redfern and M. Hunter)

• Co-author, Redfern & Hunter on International Arbitration, Fifth Edition (OUP, 2009)(with Redfern, Hunter and Blackaby)

• Past Assistant to the General Editor, ICCA International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration

• News Section Editor, International Arbitration Law Review

• "LCIA Court Decision on Challenges to Arbitrators: A Proposal to Publish," 23(1) Arb. Int’l 1 2007 (with G. Nicholas)

• "Bulbank - The Final Act," 15 Int’l Arb. Rep. 44 (Dec. 2000)

• "Bad News from Stockholm: Bulbank and Confidentiality ad Absurdum," 13 Int’l Arb. Rep. 20 (Dec. 1998)

• "Sections 33 and 34 of the English Arbitration Act 1996: a potential conflict," 13(4) Arb. Int’l 417 (1997)
   

 
   
 
 
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