Professor Bantekas joined Brunel in 2006 as a professor of international law and was Head of the Law Department and later Deputy-Head of the Law School from 2006-08. He has held a variety of teaching and research appointments, among others, at Harvard, Miami, SOAS, Westminster, Trier, Rosario (Bogota), Kadir Has (Istanbul) and has been a Senior Associate Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London since 2009. He has and continues to act as a consultant to international law firms, government entities, international organisations and NGOs in issues relating to international law, human rights, development and international arbitration. In 2011 he was nominated by UNDP to co-draft the constitution of South Sudan and in 2015 he was a senior member of the Greek Parliament’s Truth Committee on Debt. In addition, he has assisted NGOs and other entities to submit amicus briefs and legal opinions before the US Supreme Court, the High Court in London as well as international criminal tribunals.
LLB (Athens)LLM (Liverpool)PhD (Liverpool)Dip Theology (Cambridge)
Newest selected publications
Bantekas, I. (2018) 'Commentary on the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration'. Cambridge University Press.
Bantekas, I. (2016) 'The Odiousness of Greek Debt in Light of the Findings of the Greek Debt Truth Committee'. European Law Journal. ISSN: 1468-0386 Open Access Link
Bantekas, I. (2016) 'International Criminal Court and Africa'. Oxford University Press.
Bantekas, I. (2015) 'Land Rights in Nineteenth-Century Ottoman State Succession Treaties'. European Journal of International Law, 26 (2). pp. 375 - 390. ISSN: 0938-5428 Open Access Link
Bantekas, I. and Lazem, A. (2015) 'Taxation as Expropriation in Investor-State Arbitration'. Arbitration International, 31. ISSN: 1875-8398 Open Access Link