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Click here to enlarge.   Stavros BREKOULAKIS IAI Member   
Queen Mary University of London
67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
London WC2A 3JB
United Kingdom
Tel: +44.20.7882.8215 (Office)
Tel: +44.79.5847.1980 (Cell)
Fax: +44.20.7882.8101

Languages   Greek (native); English (bilingual); French (working knowledge)
Nationality   Greece
Bar Admission   Athens - 1999
Education   Queen Mary, University of London (PhD (hons.) - 2007); King’s College London (LLM, magna cum laude – 2003); National University of Athens, School of Law (LLB, summa cum laude – 1997)
Professor of Law - Queen Mary University of London (International Commercial Arbitration, International Construction Contracts and Arbitration, International Commercial Litigation and Conflict of Laws, International Commercial Law)
as Arbitrator  
Chair, Sole arbitrator or member of the Tribunal in international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the LCIA, ICC, SCC, and the Danish Institute of Arbitration
as Counsel  
International arbitration proceedings, ad hoc and under the Rules of the ICC and the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA)(international sale of goods disputes)
Relating to  
• Third Parties in International Commercial Arbitration (OUP, 2010)

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

• Co-editor, Arbitrability: International and Comparative Perspectives (Kluwer, 2009) (with L. Mistelis)

• "Transnational public policy in international arbitration," in The Oxford Handbook of International Arbitration 120 (T. Schultz, F. Ortino eds., OUP, 2020)

• "Public-Private Arbitration and the Public Interest under English Law," 80(1) Modern L. Rev. 22 (2017) (with M. Devaney)

• "Rethinking Consent in International Commercial Arbitration: A General Theory for Non-signatories," 8(4) J. Int'l Disp. Settlement 610 (2017)

• "Public Policy in English Arbitration Law," in Defining Issues in International Arbitration: Celebrating 100 years of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators 353 (J.C. Betancourt ed., OUP, 2016)

• "Parties in International Arbitration: Consent v. Commercial Reality," in The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration 119 (S. Brekoulakis, J. Lew, L. Mistelis eds., Kluwer, 2016)

• "Systemic Bias and the Institution of International Arbitration," 4(3) J. Int'l Disp. Settlement 553 (2013)

• "International Arbitration Scholarship and the Concept of Arbitration Law," 4(36) Fordham Int'l L. J. 745 (2013)

• "The impact of uniform law on Greek national law: Limits and possibilities," 64 Rev. Hellenique Dr. Int. 797 (2011)

• "Commentary on CISG Article 10," in The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (S. Kröll, L. Mistelis and M. del P. Perales Viscasillas eds., Beck, Hart, Nomos, 2011)

• "Arbitrability and conflict of jurisdictions: the (diminishing) relevance of 'lex fori' and 'lex loci arbitri'," in Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration 117 (F. Ferrari & S. Kroll eds., Sellier International Publishers, 2010)

• "The Negative Effect of Compétence-Compétence: The Verdict has to be Negative," 2009 Austrian Arbitration Yearbook 237 (Zeiler, Weiler et al eds., Kluwer)

• "The UNCITRAL Model Law," in Concise Commentary on International Arbitration-Conventions, Laws and Rules (L. Mistelis ed., Kluwer, 2009) (with L. Shore)

• "The Interests of Third Parties in Arbitration: Time To Take A Closer Look At The Elephant In The Room," 113(4) Penn. St. L. Rev. 1165 (2009)

• "On Arbitrability: Persisting Misconceptions and New Areas of Concern," in Arbitrability: International and Comparative Perspectives 19 (L. Mistelis and S. Brekoulakis eds., Kluwer, 2009)

• "Law Applicable to Arbitrability: Revisiting the Revisited 'lex fori'," in Arbitrability: International and Comparative Perspectives 101 (L. Mistelis and S. Brekoulakis eds., Kluwer, 2009)

• "Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: Observations on the Efficiency of the Current System and the Gradual Development of Alternative Means of Enforcement," 19(3-4) Am. Rev. Int'l Arb. 415 (2008)

• "The Notion of Superiority of Arbitration Agreements over Jurisdiction Agreements: Time to Abandon It," 24(4) J. Int’l Arb. 341 (2007)

• "The Effect of an Arbitral Award and Third Parties in International Arbitration: 'Res Judicata' Revisited," 16(1) Am. Rev. Int'l Arb 177 (2005)

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