Professor Jan Dalhuisen
Jan Dalhuisen has been a Professor in the School of Law since 1996. He graduated from the University of Amsterdam, where he also received his PhD, and from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a Corresponding Member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Dalhuisen is a Member of the New York Bar, a well-known international commercial arbitrator, Member of the ICSID Panel of arbitrators and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Before joining the King’s Law Faculty he was a senior investment banker, Secretary General of the International Primary Market Association, and senior in house counsel.
He is a regular Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley, and earlier at the Tsinghua University in Beijing and the UNSW in Sydney. He holds the Miranda Chair in Transnational Financial Law at the Catholic University in Lisbon.
Professor Dalhuisen’s main interest is in International Commercial, Financial, Insolvency and Arbitration Law, Legal Theory and Legal History. He has published extensively in these fields in the UK, US, Netherlands, and Italy.
2009 “What Could the Selection by the Parties of English Law in a Civil Law Contract in Commerce and Finance Truly Mean?” in Mads Andenas and Duncan Fairgrieve, Tom Bingham and the Transformation of the Law, Liber Amicorum, 619 (15 pages).
2008 “Custom and its Revival in Transnational Private Law”, 18 Duke J Comp and Intn´l Law, 339 (2008) (31 pages).
2007 “Financial Services, Products, Risk and Regulation in Europe after the EU 1998 Action Plan and Basle II”, 18 EBLR 819 (2007) (172 pages)
2007 "Dalhuisen on International Commercial, Financial and Trade Law", Third edition (1320 pages)
2006 "The Case for an International Commercial Court" in KP Berger et al. Eds, Private and Commercial Law in a European and Global Context, Festschrift Norbert Horn (16 pages)
2005 “Legal Orders and Their Manifestation: The Operation of the International Commercial and Financial Legal Order and its Lex Mercatoria”, 24 Berkeley Journal of International Law 129 (2006) (62 pages).
Analytical & Quantitative Method for Lawyers
International Commercial Arbitration
Transnational & Comparative Commercial & Financial law
Financial Risk, Stability & Regulation
Advanced International Dispute Resolution Techniques