PROFESSOR OF LAW, KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON
Thomas Schultz joined Penvern & Corniglion in April 2017 as Of Counsel, specialising in international arbitration. He is a recognised authority in both commercial and investment arbitration. He has advised governments, United Nations agencies, and the industry on arbitration procedures and policies as well as on investment disputes, and has been selected as an arbitrator.
Thomas Schultz is a Professor of Law at King’s College London, where he teaches international dispute resolution and contracts, and was previously Associate Professor in Commercial Law at the same institution. He is also Research Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Associated Research Fellow at the LexUM Chair of the University of Montreal, and the Editor-in-Chief, and founder, of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement, published by Oxford University Press. He currently sits on the editorial board of four further journals and books series on arbitration, international law and transnational law.
Prof. Schultz has published widely on international arbitration and commercial law, including the books Transnational Legality: Stateless Law and International Arbitration (Oxford University Press, 2014), Information Technology and Arbitration: A Practitioner’s Guide (Kluwer, 2006), Réguler le commerce électronique par la résolution des litiges en ligne (Bruylant, 2005) and Online Dispute Resolution (Kluwer, 2004, with Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler). He is currently writing the books Arbitration: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, with Thomas D. Grant of the University of Cambridge) and the textbook Arbitration Law and Theory (Hart / Bloomsbury, with Stavros Brekoulakis of Queen Mary University of London). He is also currently editing The Oxford Handbook of International Arbitration (Oxford University Press, with Federico Ortino of King’s College London).
Prof. Schultz was educated in Switzerland (LLB/JD and PhD, University of Geneva), Belgium (LLM, European Academy of Legal Theory, Brussels), and the UK (postdoc, University of Cambridge).
Language: English, French, German