Sir Christopher Greenwood QC has been interviewed in the first in a series of interviews of prominent arbitrators for the University of Cambridge Alumni Arbitration Law Association.
The interview was billed as “Desert Island Law Reports” and saw a wide-ranging discussion, including Sir Christopher’s reflections on his life as an advocate and a judge, his thoughts on effective advocacy and career development, and his views on current legitimacy issues facing international arbitration. Paul Key QC conducted the interview.
Sir Christopher was formerly the United Kingdom’s Judge on the International Court of Justice and is currently the Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Sir Christopher has extensive experience as an arbitrator both in inter-State and investor-State cases. He has acted as President of eighteen arbitration tribunals or ICSID ad hoc committees.