Edwin B. Parker Professor of Law at Columbia Law School

Areas of Expertise: International Trade Law, Investment Arbitration

Nationality: Greek and Swiss

Arbitration Experience: Has participated in numerous arbitrations, commercial, investment, and sports (member of TAS-CAS)

Languages: English, French, german, Italian, and Greek

Education: ULB (Brussels): UoCalifornia at Berkeley (US); Heidelberg (Germany)

Professional Career: Worked for the GATT Legal Affairs Division (1992-1996); UoMichigan (1991-1992); UoNeuchatel (Switzerland), professeur extraordinaire as of 1996; Chair for International Trade and Investment Law at the European University Institute, Florence (2011-2016), on leave from Columbia Law School. Have worked as consultant for the OECD and the World Bank. Have also been employed by the American Law Institute (ALI) where I acted as chief reporter for the project: Principles of International Trade Law, the WTO (published by AlLI in 2013). My most recent publications include The Regulation of International Trade, MIT Press, 2016; the Internationalization of Government Procurement, with Bernard Hoekman and Aris Georgopoulos, Oxford, 2017; Regulation of Foreign Investment: Challenges to Harmonization with Zdenek Drabek, World Scientific, 2013.