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Stavros Brekoulakis

Lecturer, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Stavros BrekoulakisStavros Brekoulakis

Stavros Brekoulakis, LLB (Athens), LLM (London), and PhD (London) is a lecturer in international dispute resolution. Dr Brekoulakis lectures at Queen Mary, University of London, on the Master of Laws (LLM) courses on international comparative and commercial arbitration, international commercial construction, international commercial litigation, and conflict of laws. He is also academic director of the diploma course (taught by distance learning) on international arbitration. His academic research focuses on international commercial arbitration, conflict of laws, multiparty and complex dispute resolution, issues on jurisdiction of tribunals and national courts, and enforcement of awards and national judgments. He is a member of the Athens Bar, having practiced shipping law and dispute resolution.


Articles by this Author

  • Multiparty and Multicontract Arbitration
    by Stavros Brekoulakis
    Contemporary international transactions are extremely complicated and very often require the participation of several parties in the delivery of a single project. For example, a typical construction project will usually involve—apart from a client and a main contractor—an engineer and/or an architect, several subcontractors, suppliers, financiers, and possibly additional commercial parties. Therefore, a dispute that might arise between the...
  • International Arbitration: Basic Principles and Characteristics
    by Stavros Brekoulakis
    International arbitration can be defined as a specially established mechanism for the final and binding determination of disputes concerning a contract between two or more parties that has an international element. The disputes are determined by independent arbitrators in accordance with standards and procedures chosen by the parties involved in the dispute.1The distinctive feature of arbitration is that it is a private dispute resolution...

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