Kings College London
Gaëtan Verhoosel is a founding partner of Three Crowns, resident in the London office. Mr Verhoosel acts as counsel and sits as arbitrator in both commercial and investment treaty arbitrations, both under the rules of the major arbitral institutions and ad hoc. Mr Verhoosel’s engagements have involved a variety of jurisdictions in Western and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa, and a wide range of industries that includes most prominently oil & gas, energy, infrastructure and concessions, and telecommunications. An English Solicitor, French Avocat and Spanish Abogado, Mr Verhoosel handles arbitrations in English, French and Spanish. He is presently a vice-chair of the ABA International Arbitration Committee, the rapporteur to the 2012 IBA Subcommittee on Arbitrator Conflicts of Interest, the president of the British Chapter of the Club Español de Arbitraje, and a member of the editorial board of the ICSID - Foreign Investment Review. Between 2000 and 2002, Mr Verhoosel held an appointment as Legal Advisor at the World Trade Organisation in Geneva, where he advised WTO dispute settlement panels adjudicating disputes between sovereigns across a range of industry sectors.
Mr Verhoosel teaches International Investment Law on the LLM programme.