Kings College London
"Thomas is Professor of Law at King’s College London (currently on research leave), and SNF Research Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He works in the fields of arbitration, transnational commercial law, and legal theory. He also advises the industry, law firms, and governments on arbitration and on investment treaties and policies. Thomas is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement, and an editorial board member of four further journals and books series on arbitration, international law, transnational law, and legal philosophy. His main current projects deal with comity in private and public international law, the empirics of investment arbitration, epistemology of law, anti-intellectualism, law & literature, and arbitration in general. Thomas’s four previous books have dealt with the rule of law without the state, international arbitration, and e-commerce and Internet law. His work has been awarded the Jubilee Prize of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences."
"International arbitration (commercial and investment) International law (private and public) Transnational law (theory and application in business) Legal philosophy (epistemology, rule of law, law & literature, analytic legal philosophy) Investment law Commercial law"