Ilias Bantekas is a Professor of International Law and Arbitration at Brunel University Law School. He has held visiting academic positions at the University of London, Harvard, Miami, Cleveland, Rosario (Bogota), Kadir Has (Istanbul) and others. He has published widely in leading international journals and has authored several books, including: International Criminal Law (Hart, 2010, 4th edition); Trust Funds under International Law: Trustee Obligations of the UN and International Development Banks (Asser/Cambridge UP, 2009); Oil and Gas Law in Kazakhstan: National and International Perspectives (Kluwer, 2004), with J Paterson); International Human Rights Law (Cambridge UP, 2012, with L Oette). He is the head of international law and arbitration at Mourgelas and Associates Law Firm in Athens, Greece, specialising in energy (including renewable), arbitration, foreign investment and public international law.
Mourgelas and Associates is one of the leading law firms in Greece. It specialises in energy (including renewables), environment, corporate, banking, public procurement, construction, real estate, advertising and media. Its focus of operations is Greece and the south-east region of the Mediterranean. Clients include large Greek companies and holdings, as well as multinationals.