Lord Lawrence Collins

Lord Lawrence Collins

Languages

  • English

ICSID Panel Designation

Designation/Role Designated By Designation Date
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Professional Experience

Name Of Company / Organization City Job Title Date
Name Of Company / OrganizationHong Kong Court of Final Appeal City Job TitleNon-Permanent Member Date2011 - to date
Name Of Company / OrganizationTakeover Panel CityLondon Job TitleDeputy Chairman Date2013 to 2014 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationEssex Court Chambers CityLondon Job TitleArbitrator DateSince 2012 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationUniversity College CityLondon Job TitleProfessor of Law DateSince 2011 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationSupreme Court CityLondon Job TitleJustice of Supreme Court Date2009 to 2011 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationHouse of Lords CityLondon Job TitleLord of Appeal DateSince 2009 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationUniversity College CityLondon Job TitleProfessor of Law DateSince 2011 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationAmerican Law Institute CityUSA Job TitleMember Datesince 2010 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationRoyal Courts of Justice CityLondon Job TitleLord Justice of Appeal Date2007 to 2009 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationRoyal Courts of Justice CityLondon Job TitleHigh Court Judge Date2000 to 2007 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationRoyal Courts of Justice CityLondon Job TitleDeputy High Court Judge Date1997 to 2000 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationHerbert Smith CityLondon Job TitleQueen's Counsel Date1997 to 2000 -
Name Of Company / OrganizationHerbert Smith CityLondon Job TitlePartner Date1971 to 2000 -

Education and Professional Qualifications

Institution City Degree/Qualification Date
InstitutionDowning College, Cambridge CityCambridge, UK Degree/QualificationBA Law (First Class and Distinction Date1963
InstitutionDowning College, Cambridge CityCambridge, UK Degree/QualificationLL.B., International Law (First Class) Date1964
InstitutionColumbia University, New York CityNY, USA Degree/QualificationLLM Date1965

Experience in ICSID Proceedings

Case Name Type Role (Appt'd by)
Case NameSECE İnşaat ve Ticaret A.Ş. v. Turkmenistan (ICSID Case No. ARB/18/34) TypeArbitration Role (Appt'd by)President (parties)
Case NameBank of Cyprus Public Company Limited v. Hellenic Republic (ICSID Case No. ARB/17/4) TypeArbitration Role (Appt'd by)President (co-arbitrators)
Case NameHydro Energy 1 S.à r.l. and Hydroxana Sweden AB v. Kingdom of Spain (ICSID Case No. ARB/15/42) TypeArbitration Role (Appt'd by)President (parties)
Case NameCavalum SGPS, S.A. v. Kingdom of Spain (ICSID Case No. ARB/15/34) TypeArbitration Role (Appt'd by)President (parties)
Case NamePing An Life Insurance Company of China, Limited and Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Limited v. Kingdom of Belgium (ICSID Case No. ARB/12/29) TypeArbitration Role (Appt'd by)President (co-arbitrators)

Professional Membership

  • 2015 - Adjunct Professor, New York University School of Law.
  • 2012/2014 - Visiting Fellow/Visiting Professor, New York University School of Law.
  • 2012/2013 - Visiting Professor, Columbia University School of Law.
  • 2011 - Visiting Fellow, Victoria University, Wellington.
  • 2011 - Professor of Law, University College London.
  • 2000 - Honorary Fellow, Downing College, Cambridge.
  • 1994 - Elected Fellow of the British Academy.
  • 1994 - Awarded LL.D., Cambridge University (for distinction by original contribution to the advancement of the science or study of law).
  • 1989 - Elected Associate (1989-1993) and Member (since 1993), Institut de droit international.
  • 1982 - Visiting Professor, Queen Mary College, University of London.
  • 1975 - Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge (Director of European law research programme, 1975-1980); Emeritus Fellow, 2008; Honorary Fellow, 2010.
  • Member: Board of Editors, International and Comparative Law Quarterly (1988-2009); Editorial Committee, British Year Book of International Law (since 1991, and Chairman since 2010); Editorial Advisory Committee, Law Quarterly Review (since 1987); Editorial Board, Civil Justice Quarterly (since 2005); Advisory Editor, Supreme Court Practice (2002-2009).
  • Member: Advisory Council, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary College; Advisory Council, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, and Vice-President, 2011-; Ministry of Justice Advisory Committee on Private International Law.
  • Member: Council of Advisors, Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
  • Member: Dispute Resolution Expert, Panel of Recognised International Market Experts In Financial Law (PRIME).
  • Member: Editorial Board, Oxford International Arbitration Series.
  • Member: Editorial Board, Oxford International Arbitration Series.
  • Formerly Member: Joint Working Party of the Bar and Law Society on Anglo-U.S. Judgments Convention (1980-82); Law Commission Joint Working Party on Torts in Private International Law (1982-84); Commercial Court Committee Working Party on Brussels and Lugano Conventions (1997); International Law Association, British Branch: Hon. Secretary, 1983-1988; International Law Association, Committee on International Securities Regulation, Chairman (1989-1994); Consultant to Law Commission on Torts in Private International Law (1989-90); gave evidence to House of Lords Public Bill Committee on resulting legislation, 1995; appointment by Secretary of State for Trade and Industry under Companies Act 1989, s. 84 (1990).

Publications

  • Books
  • 1. General Editor, Dicey & Morris (now Dicey, Morris & Collins), The Conflict of Laws, 11th-15th eds, 1987-2012.
  • 2. European Community Law in the United Kingdom (Butterworths, 1st ed. 1975; 2nd ed. 1980, 3rd ed. 1984; 4th ed. 1990).
  • 3. Essays in International Litigation and the Conflict of Laws (Oxford University Press, 1994).
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  • Chapters in books and articles
  • 1. The Effectiveness of the Restrictive Theory of Sovereign Immunity (1965) 4 Columbia Journal of Transnational law 119.
  • 2. (with Aaron Etra) Policy, Politics, International Law and the United states Investment Guaranty Program (1966) 4 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 240.
  • 3. Interaction between Contract and Tort in the Conflict of Laws (1967) 16 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 103.
  • 4. (with Wolfgang Friedmann) The Suez Crisis of 1956, in International Law & Political Crisis, 1968, ed. Scheinman & Wilkinson.
  • 5. Arbitration Clauses and Forum Selecting Clauses in the Conflict of Laws: Some Recent Developments in England (1971) 2 Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce 363.
  • 6. Forum Selection and an Anglo-American Conflict – The Sad Case of the Chaparral (1971) 20 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 550.
  • 7. Exemption Clauses, Employment Contracts and the Conflict of Laws (1972) 21 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 320
  • 8. Some Aspects of Service Out of the Jurisdiction in English Law (1972) 21 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 656.
  • 9. Choice of forum and the exercise of Judicial Discretion – the Resolution of an Anglo-American Conflict (1973) 22 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 332.
  • 10. Harris v. Taylor Revived (1976) 92 Law Quarterly Review 268.
  • 11. Contractual Obligations – The EEC Preliminary Draft Convention on Private International Law (1976) 25 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 35.
  • 12. Some Thoughts on the Control of Abuse of Executive Discretion in International Law, in Festschrift fur F.A. Mann, 1977.
  • 13. Floating Charges, Receivers & Managers and the Conflict of Laws (1978) 27 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 691.
  • 14. Opportunities for and Obstacles to Obtaining Evidence in England for Use in Litigation in the United States (1979) 13 International Lawyer 27.
  • 15. Arbitration and the Law Governing Contractual Relations in Basle Symposium ed. Klein & Vischer, 1983.
  • 16. The law governing the agreement and procedure in international arbitration in England, in Contemporary Problems in International Arbitration, ed. Lew, 1986.
  • 17. The Hague Evidence Convention and Discovery: A Serious Misunderstanding? (1986) 35 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 765.
  • 18. Problems of Enforcement in the Multinational Securities Market: A United Kingdom Perspective (1987) 9 Univ. Pennsylvania Journal of International Business Law 487.
  • 19. The Territorial Reach of Mareva Injunctions (1989) 105 Law Quarterly Review 262.
  • 20. The High Court of Australia and Forum Non Conveniens: A Further Comment (1989) 105 Law Quarterly Review 364.
  • 21. Fraudulent Conduct in International Law, in Current Legal Problems 1989 (ed. Jowell and Rideout).
  • 22. Anton Piller Orders and Fundamental Rights (1990) 106 Law Quarterly Review 173.
  • 23. Forum Non Conveniens and the Brussels Convention (1990) 106 Law Quarterly Review 535.
  • 24. Temporary presence, exorbitant jurisdiction and the U.S. Supreme Court (1991) 107 Law Quarterly Review 10.
  • 25. The High Court of Australia and Forum Non Conveniens: The Last Word? (1991) 107 Law Quarterly Review 102.
  • 26. The Legacy of The Siskina (1992) 108 Law Quarterly Review 175.
  • 27. Illogical Survivals and Astonishing Results (1992) 108 Law Quarterly Review 393.
  • 28. Negative Declarations and the Brussels Convention (1992) 108 Law Quarterly Review 545.
  • 29. Provisional and Protective Measures in International Litigation (1992-III) Receuil des cours, Hague Academy, vol. 234, p. 9.
  • 30. The End of The Siskina? (1993) 109 Law Quarterly Review 342.
  • 31. The Siskina Again: An Opportunity Missed (1996) 112 Law Quarterly Review 8.
  • 32. Foreign Relations and the Conflict of Laws (1995-6) 6 King’s College Law Journal 20.
  • 33. Choice of Law and Choice of Jurisdiction in International Securities Transactions (2001) 5 Singapore Journal of International & Comparative Law 618.
  • 34. Comity in Modern Private International Law, in Reform and Development of Private International Law: Essays in Honour of Sir Peter North, ed. Fawcett, 2002, p. 89.
  • 35. FA Mann (1907-1991), in Jurists Uprooted, ed. Beatson and Zimmermann, 2004, p. 381.
  • 36. The United States Supreme Court and the Principles of Comity: Evidence in Transnational Litigation (2006) 8 Yearbook of Private International Law 53.
  • 37. Revolution and Restitution: Foreign States in National Courts (2007) Receuil des cours, Hague Academy, vol. 326, p. 9 .
  • 38. Reflections on Holocaust Claims in International Law (2008) 41 Israel Law Review 402.
  • 39. Aspects of Justiciability in International Law, in Tom Bingham and the Transformation of the Law: A Liber Amicorum, ed. Andenas and Fairgrieve, 2009, p. 347.
  • 40. Professor Lowenfeld and the Enforcement of Foreign Public Law (2009) 42 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 125.
  • 41. Introductory Essay in (2014) 26 Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Special Issue on Arbitration, 789
  • 42. The Enforcement of Foreign Revenue Laws (2014) 130 Law Quarterly Review 353
  • 43. Sovereignty and Exorbitant Jurisdiction (2014) 130 Law Quarterly Review 555
  • 44. Interim Measures (with S Dhar), in International Financial Disputes: Arbitration and Mediation, ed Golden and Lamm, 2015, chap 12
  • 45. In Memoriam: Andreas F. (Andy) Lowenfeld (2015) 59 American Journal of International Law 58

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