Let the Witness Speak. Orality and Immediacy in International Arbitration
The aim of his research is to explore whether contemporary international arbitration may benefit from the experience and knowledge accumulated over centuries to avoid the drawbacks of rigid written procedural formalities and restore oral witness testimony to its quintessential role and purpose.
Doctor of Laws (summa cum laude), Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid (Spain), 2010. He has been a Visiting Scholar at Yale Law School, where he co-chaired the Yale Forum on International Law and was an associate editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. Bachelor of Laws, Carlos III University, Madrid (Spain), 2000.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
From August 17, 2016 to August 16, 2018
international arbitration, witness speak, witness testimony
Comparative and Foreign Law | Law
Benito Llopis-Llombart, Marco de, "Let the Witness Speak. Orality and Immediacy in International Arbitration" (2015). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 18.