Ilias Bantekas, LLB, LLM, BA/Dip Theology, FCIArb

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Ilias Bantekas, LLB, LLM, BA/Dip Theology, FCIArb

Country: Quatar

Hamad bin Khalifa University (Qatar Foundation)



Ilias Bantekas, LLB (Athens), LLM, PhD (Liverpool), BA/Dip Theology (Cambridge), FCIArb, is Professor of Transnational Law at Hamad bin Khalifa University (Qatar Foundation), Adjunct Professor of international law at Georgetown University, Edmund A Walsh School of Foreign Service and Senior Associate Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) University of London. He has advised private clients, international law firms and intergovernmental organisations (UN, UNDP, EU, Council of Europe and others) in most fields of international law and transnational contracts. In addition he regularly serves as arbitration in international commercial disputes. He has written more than 180 peer reviewed articles in leading journals, such as the American Journal of International Law, British Yearbook of International Law, European Journal of International Law, Arbitration International, American Review of International Arbitration, Journal of International Dispute Settlement, Berkeley Journal of International Law and others. He has authored thirteen books, including: Introduction to International Arbitration (Cambridge University Press, 2015); Commentary to the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Arbitration (Cambridge University Press, 2020), with P Ortolani et al); International Law (Oxford University Press, 2021, 5th edition, with E Papastavridis); International Human Rights Law and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2020, 3rd edition, with L Oette); Sovereign Debt and Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2018, with C Lumina); Islamic Contract Law (Oxford University Press, 2022, with J Ercanbrack et al); The Contract Law of Qatar (Cambridge University Press, 2023)