Shreyas Jayasimha is advocate based in Bangalore now with an office in Delhi practices as counsel and arbitrator. He read law at National Law School of India University and was a Chevening Scholar at the University of Warwick. His principal practice areas include litigation, arbitration and regulatory investigations. He has been trained as mediator and has been appointed as arbitrator in international arbitrations seated both within and outside India. Shreyas is listed in the Who’s Who of International Arbitration (2010 to 2015), editor (of the Newsletter of the IBA Mediation Committee and has published several articles, including co-authoring the India chapter for Oxford’s Guide to Arbitration in Asia (2011). He is a member of the Executive Committee of Federation for International Arbitration Advocacy, Geneva. He is the coordinator of the recently inaugurated UNCITRAL National Coordination Committee (UNCCI). Recently he has been selected as the only India-based practitioner by ICC FraudNet, Paris. He has also been selected as one of two Indian Members of the Task Force on ‘Maximising the Probative Value of Witness Evidence’ of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR.