Javier García Olmedo

Javier García Olmedo

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Javier García Olmedo is a Research Fellow. Javier holds a Master's Degree in Law from the University of Granada (Spain) and an LL.M. in Private International Law and Arbitration from King's College London. He is also an Associate Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and is dual-qualified in Spain (Abogado) and England & Wales (Solicitor). Previously, Javier was an associate in the International Arbitration Group of Hogan Lovells in Paris, where he represented private entities and states in arbitrations under the ICSID, ICC and UNCITRAL arbitration rules. He also practiced arbitration with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Paris, and worked as a research assistant for Professor Martin Hunter at Essex Court Chambers in London. His PhD research explores the regulation of nationality under customary international law and the practice of treaty shopping in investor-state disputes. His research interests also include any issue relating to public international law, international tax law and international economic law.