Professor Zachary Douglas

Member of the Board of Directors

  • Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Biography:

Professor Douglas joined the Graduate Institute in autumn 2011 from the University of Cambridge, where he lectured in public international law and international dispute settlement. His research focuses upon areas at the intersection of public and private international law such as investment arbitration, international law in domestic courts and financial crime. He has also published more widely on topics of general international law. In additional to his academic activities, Professor Douglas maintains a practice as counsel, expert witness and arbitrator before international courts and tribunals and is an academic member of Matrix Chambers in London.