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Sotirios G. Loizou

Sotirios Loizou, a doctoral candidate at the University of Cambridge, won first prize in the international competition organised by the Centre for the Study of Dispute Resolution of the University of Missouri Law School. The competition was held as part of an international conference at the University of Missouri, in partnership with the Dispute Resolution Studies Team of the American Society of International Law and was open to the law students from around the world. The scholar’s prize-winning dissertation is entitled “Revisiting the ‘content-of-laws’ Enquiry in International Arbitration”.

Sotirios Loizou completed his studies in law and postgraduate studies in civil law at the Athens Law School, where he graduated cum laude. He then completed his postgraduate studies at the University of New York Law School as an Onassis Foundation scholar. At present he is preparing his doctoral thesis on “The Proposal for a new Common European Sales Law (CESL): On the verge of a ‘New-Deal’ regarding cross-border sales? A Private International Law and Comparative Law analysis” at the University of Cambridge Law School, as an Onassis Foundation scholar. He has also been a visiting researcher at Harvard University Law School. In 2016 he won the Colin B. Picker prize at the 5th International Young Comparativists Conference of the American Society of Comparative Law for his paper entitled “Deconstructing Second Parallel Legal Regimes: The Peculiar Case of Applying Foreign Law.”