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Does National Court Involvement Undermine the International Arbitration Process

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  • Julian D M Lew QC
Dr. Lew
Professor Lew

20 Essex Street

Julian Lew has been working in the area of international arbitration for more than 30 years. He now practices as a barrister and international arbitrator from Chambers at 20 Essex Street, London. He is also the Head of the School of International Arbitration, and a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. He is appointed regularly as an arbitrator in international disputes and has been a chairman, sole arbitrator and co-arbitrator under most of the major arbitration systems. He also advises and represents clients, in international arbitrations in London and in many other countries around the world. These arbitrations include proceedings under the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, AAA/ICDR, Stockholm Institute, and UNCITRAL Rules. The subject matter of these arbitrations is wide-ranging involving most international commercial transactions, including international investment, state contracts, energy generating, supply and development arrangements, distribution, agency, intellectual property licensing agreements, construction, engineering and infrastructure projects, international trade, and project finance. He has written extensively and lectured on all aspects of international commercial arbitration. His latest publication is Comparative International Commercial Arbitration published May 2003 (co-author).

Publication: Professor Julian D M Lew QC, Does National Court Involvement Undermine the International Arbitration Process? 24.3 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev 489 (2009)