Maurice H. Mendelson
London EC4Y 9BW
In practice as a barrister since 1971, specializing in all branches of public international law as counsel, expert witness, and arbitrator. Emeritus Professor of International Law in the University of London. Professor of International Law, University College, University of London (1987-2001); Official Fellow in Law & University Lecturer, St. John’s College, Oxford University (1975-1986); Lecturer in Law, King’s College, London (1968-1974).
Consultant Moderator, OGEMID (international investment and arbitration internet discussion group); American Law Institute; Royal Institute of International Affairs; British Institute of International and Comparative Law; IBA; American Society of International Law; Société française de droit international; Executive Council, International Law Association (British Branch); Fellow, Royal Geographical Society; Commercial Bar Association; LCIA; etc.
ICSID arbitrator; Counsel in ICC, ICSID and Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal arbitrations and in English Commercial Court arbitration-related proceedings; drafted and negotiated numerous treaties and investment contracts providing for international arbitration.
Author of numerous articles on international legal subjects, including international investment law.