Benjamin Remy

Arbitration Consultant, Paris



Benjamin Remy is a Consultant in the International Arbitration practice based in Paris.

Benjamin is a Professor at the University of CY Cergy Paris. His research and teaching focuses on private international law, international arbitration law with a focus on investment arbitration and contract law. He is widely published in these fields.

In addition to his academic activities, Benjamin has acted as an arbitrator and legal expert before arbitral tribunals, state courts and the French administration.

Private Law and Criminal Sciences
Agregation de l'Université
Doctorate in Law
Paris 1 University
Private International Law and International Business Law
Paris 1 University


Benjamin's recent experience includes:

Advising an investor in an ICC arbitration proceedings related to the annulment of a loan agreement on the ground of corruption;

Acting as a co-arbitrator in a dispute related to a port concession in Africa;

Acting as a co-arbitrator in a dispute related to wind turbines hidden defect ; and 

Advising a bank in a commercial dispute against a multinational technology corporation before French Courts.


Benjamin's recent publications include:

« Article 51 » in The ICSID Convention, Regulations and Rules – A Practical Commentary, ed. Julien Fouret, Rémy Gerbay et Gloria M. Alvarez, Elgar Commentaries, Edward Elgar, 2019.

« Les notions de prévisibilité en matière de conflit de lois – Qui de l’œuf ? Qui de la poule ? » (Notions of Forseeability in Conflict of Laws Rules – What came First, The Chicken or the Egg ? ), in Mélanges en l’honneur de Pierre Mayer, Lextenso, 2015, p. 791

« Le mandat façon puzzle. Réflexions sur l’origine des difficultés liées à l’opération de qualification en matière contractuelle » (The Agency agreement puzzle style. Thoughts on the origin of the difficulties of characterization in contractual matters), in Le mandat en question (The Agency Contract), ed., Larcier, 2013, p. 95

Droit international privé (Private International Law), LGDJ, 12th ed., 2019, with Pierre Mayer and Vincent Heuzé.