Stavros Brekoulakis

Stavros Brekoulakis is a senior lecturer in International Dispute Resolution and Private International Law at the School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary University of Law as well as an attorney-at-law. He teaches courses in International Construction Contracts and Arbitration, International Comparative and
Commercial Arbitration, International Commercial Litigation and Conflict of Laws, International Commercial Law. His research work includes the leading monograph on Third Parties in International Commercial Arbitration (OUP 2010), the book Arbitrability: International and Comparative Perspectives (co-author with Loukas Mistelis, Kluwer 2009) and numerous publications in leading legal journals and reviews.
Stavros Brekoulakis is a member of the Athens Bar, having practiced shipping law and dispute resolution as in-house counsel and in private practice in Piraeus, Greece.
He currently appears as an arbitrator and expert in arbitration, while he retains a limited consulting role in arbitration and litigation cases. His professional expertise is focused on arbitration in the context of construction projects, international business and trade transactions, IP contracts, shipping and insurance contracts, financial transactions.
He holds an LL.B. degree summa cum laude from the National University of Athens (1998), an LL.M. degree in International Business Law from King’s College London (2003) and a Doctorate in Arbitration and Conflict of Laws from Queen Mary University of London (2008).