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Aleksander

Aleksander Kalisz

Research Associate

Research interests

  • Law

Biography

Aleksander is a Research Associate in Dispute Resolution at the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London since January 2022. He is also a Visiting Fellow at the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law at Stockholm University and a Co-Founder of the Young Investment Treaty Forum at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law – an association for early-career practitioners and academics in investor-state dispute resolution.

Before joining King's College London, Aleksander was a Researcher in international arbitration and investment law at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. He also gained practical experience with High Court commercial litigation and international arbitration matters under the DIAC, LCIA, ICC, SCC, VIAC, ICSID and Polish-German Chamber of Commerce arbitration rules having worked at leading London and Austrian law firms. He still works with international arbitration as a Tribunal Secretary and independent Consultant.

Aleksander studied International Business Law LLM at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Law with European Law LLB at the University of Nottingham, undertaking a year abroad at the University of Vienna.

Aleksander is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of The Society of Construction Law, The Society of Legal Scholars and The Swedish Arbitration Association.

Research interests

Aleksander’s research interests are in construction law, arbitration and international economic law. He co-authors an empirical study of construction adjudication in the United Kingdom, took part in the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution response to the Law Commission consultation on the reform of the Arbitration Act 1996 and regularly publishes articles on investor-state dispute settlement with a focus on corruption allegations.

Teaching

  • Construction Dispute Resolution
  • International Arbitration
  • Principles of English Law

    News

    King's publishes second construction adjudication report focusing on reform and transparency

    The report examines the latest adjudication statistics, seeks to enhance transparency and consistency in relation to the disclosure and conflicts of interests...

    cranes and a building in construction are silhouetted against a deep orange and amber sunset.

    Construction law experts respond to second consultation on Arbitration Act reform

    A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts, led by Professor Renato Nazzini and Aleksander Kalisz of the Centre of Construction Law &...

    Two cranes are silhouetted against a sunset sky.

    King's launches the 2023 survey on construction adjudication in partnership with The Adjudication Society

    The Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (CCLDR) and The Adjudication Society invite all users of, and stakeholders in construction adjudication in...

    Cranes are silhouetted against an orange sky

    King's report leads to two initiatives promoting diversity in construction adjudication

    A landmark report from King's on UK construction adjudication led by Professor Renato Nazzini, found that less than 8% of individuals on adjudicator panels of...

    Construction in front of St Paul's Cathedral

    Construction law experts respond to proposed reforms of Arbitration Act

    A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts has responded to recent proposals from the Law Commission.

    Cranes viewed from below against a blue sky.

    New report provides snapshot of UK's construction adjudication infrastructure

    A new report finds the UK’s system for construction adjudication to be “robust and resilient”, while noting concerns over bias and a lack of diversity in key...

    An aerial photograph looking down on a construction site.

    Events

    14SepInternational Construction Arbitration conference 2023 image

    International Construction Arbitration Conference 2023

    International Construction Arbitration Conference 2023

    Please note: this event has passed.

    28FebWomen in Adjudication (2)

    The Equal Representation in Adjudication Pledge and Women in Adjudication

    The event will launch two key initiatives aimed at achieving the goal of dramatically increasing the number of women acting as Adjudicators.

    Please note: this event has passed.

    01MarFact Witness Evidence in Construction Disputes image

    Fact Witness Evidence in Construction Disputes

    The seminar will discuss the challenges of fact witness evidence in construction disputes.

    Please note: this event has passed.

      News

      King's publishes second construction adjudication report focusing on reform and transparency

      The report examines the latest adjudication statistics, seeks to enhance transparency and consistency in relation to the disclosure and conflicts of interests...

      cranes and a building in construction are silhouetted against a deep orange and amber sunset.

      Construction law experts respond to second consultation on Arbitration Act reform

      A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts, led by Professor Renato Nazzini and Aleksander Kalisz of the Centre of Construction Law &...

      Two cranes are silhouetted against a sunset sky.

      King's launches the 2023 survey on construction adjudication in partnership with The Adjudication Society

      The Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (CCLDR) and The Adjudication Society invite all users of, and stakeholders in construction adjudication in...

      Cranes are silhouetted against an orange sky

      King's report leads to two initiatives promoting diversity in construction adjudication

      A landmark report from King's on UK construction adjudication led by Professor Renato Nazzini, found that less than 8% of individuals on adjudicator panels of...

      Construction in front of St Paul's Cathedral

      Construction law experts respond to proposed reforms of Arbitration Act

      A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts has responded to recent proposals from the Law Commission.

      Cranes viewed from below against a blue sky.

      New report provides snapshot of UK's construction adjudication infrastructure

      A new report finds the UK’s system for construction adjudication to be “robust and resilient”, while noting concerns over bias and a lack of diversity in key...

      An aerial photograph looking down on a construction site.

      Events

      14SepInternational Construction Arbitration conference 2023 image

      International Construction Arbitration Conference 2023

      International Construction Arbitration Conference 2023

      Please note: this event has passed.

      28FebWomen in Adjudication (2)

      The Equal Representation in Adjudication Pledge and Women in Adjudication

      The event will launch two key initiatives aimed at achieving the goal of dramatically increasing the number of women acting as Adjudicators.

      Please note: this event has passed.

      01MarFact Witness Evidence in Construction Disputes image

      Fact Witness Evidence in Construction Disputes

      The seminar will discuss the challenges of fact witness evidence in construction disputes.

      Please note: this event has passed.