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Click here to enlarge.   Julian D.M. LEW QC IAI Member   
Twenty Essex
20 Essex Street
London WC2R 3AL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44.20.7842.1200
Fax: +44.20.7842.1270

Languages   English (native); French (fluent)
Nationality   UK
Bar Admission   Barrister, Middle Temple - 1970
Solicitor, England & Wales - 1981
Queen's Counsel - 2002
New York - 1985
Education   University of London (LLB - 1969); Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium (Doctorat spécial en droit international privé - 1977)
Professor and Head of the School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary, University of London
as Arbitrator  
Chair, sole arbitrator, or member of the tribunal in numerous international and domestic arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the aegis of the ICC, LCIA, and AAA
as Counsel  
Numerous international and domestic arbitration proceedings, under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), AAA, SIAC, HKIAC, Vienna Chamber (VIAC), Zurich Chamber of Commerce (ZHK), and ad hoc (construction, engineering, intellectual property, post-mergers and acquisitions, agency and distribution, foreign investment, joint ventures, and general contractual matters)
• ICSID Case No. ARB/12/6, Muhammet Çap & Sehil Inşaat Endustri ve Ticaret Ltd. Sti. v. Turkmenistan, Decision on Respondent’s Objection to Jurisdiction under Article VII(2) of the Turkey-Turkmenistan Bilateral Investment Treaty, 13 Feb. 2015 (full text ITA)

• ICSID Case No. ARB/05/8, Parkerings-Compagniet AS v. Republic of Lithuania, Award, 11 Sep 2007 (full text ITA) (excerpts Kluwer)
Relating to  
Has written extensively on all aspects of international arbitration, including:

• Co-editor, The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration (Kluwer, 2016) (with S. Brekoulakis, L. Mistelis)

• Co-editor, Arbitration in England (Kluwer, 2013) (with H. Bor, G. Fullelove and J. Greenaway)

• Co-editor, The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration (Kluwer, 2016) (with S. Brekoulakakis, L. Mistelis)

• Co-editor, Arbitration Insights (Kluwer, 2006) (with L. Mistelis)

• Co-editor, Pervasive Problems in International Arbitration (Kluwer, 2006) (with L. Mistelis)

• Co-editor, Comparative International Commercial Arbitration (Kluwer, 2003) (with L. Mistelis et al.)

• Editor, The Immunity of Arbitrators (School of International Arbitration / Lloyds of London Press, 1990)

• Editor, Contemporary Problems in International Commercial Arbitration (Centre for Commercial Law Studies / Kluwer, 1986)

• Applicable Law in International Commercial Arbitration (Oceana, Dobbs Ferry, 1978)

Also authored numerous articles in various arbitration-related publications, including:

• "Fusion of Common Law and Civil Law Traditions in International Arbitration," in Essays in Honour of Hans Van Houtte 1 (P. Wautelet, T. Kruger & G. Coppens eds., Hart Publishing, 2012)

• "Iura Novit Curia and Due Process," in Liber Amicorum en l’honneur de Serge Lazareff 397 (L. Levy & Y. Derains eds., Pedone, 2011)

• "Does National Court Involvement Undermine the International Arbitration Process," 23(2) ICSID Rev. 260 (2008, published 2010)

• "Achieving the Dream: Autonomous Arbitration," 22(2) Arb. Int’l 179 (2006); reprinted in Arbitration Insights 455 (L. Mistelis and J.D.M. Lew eds., Kluwer, 2006)

• "Arbitrator's control of tactical and procedural issues in the 21st century," in Foundations and Perspectives of International Trade Law 247 (I.F. Fletcher, L. Mistelis, M. Cremona eds., Sweet & Maxwell, 2001)

• "Panorama de jurisprudence anglaise," Gaz. Pal., Nov. 16/17, 2001

• "Dispute Settlement for Biotechnology Transactions," Patent Law 27 (June/July 2001)(with A. Rich)

• "Commentary on Interim and Conservatory Measures in ICC Arbitration Cases," 11(1) ICC Bull. 23 (2000)

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