Dr Remy Gerbay is a Lecturer in International Arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). He is also co-director of the distance learning LL.M, PGDip and Certificate in international dispute resolution.
Alongside his academic post at QMUL, Remy is also Counsel at US-based disputes firm MoloLamken LLP, where he advises companies and individuals in respect of complex international arbitrations and related litigation. Remy is admitted to practice as an Attorney (state of New York) and as a Solicitor (England and Wales). Remy frequently sits as arbitrator, having been appointed in ad hoc, ICC, LCIA, Swiss Chambers, DIAC and KIAC arbitrations (as co-arbitrator, sole and presiding arbitrator).
Remy holds a PhD in international arbitration law from Queen Mary, an LLM from Georgetown Law (Fulbright Scholar), a Master’s Degree from the Graduate Institute (University of Geneva), and a French law degree from the University of Lyon (High Honours).
In addition to Queen Mary, Remy has taught at various schools including SciencesPo (Paris) and Georgetown University.
Remy is the former Deputy Registrar of the LCIA. He is a former co-Chair of the LCIA’s Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG) (2013-2017). He is a member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of International Arbitration and the ICC Bulletin, and a member of Georgetown University Law Center’s European Alumni Advisory Board.
In 2017 Remy was identified as a “Future Leader” of arbitration by Who’s Who Legal. He was also recommended by Legal 500 (UK) for international arbitration (2015).
Courses taught at CTLS
- International Arbitration Law (Fall 2013, Fall 2011)