Dr. Hanno Wehland is a dual-qualified attorney (Germany, and England & Wales) in the Zurich office of Lenz & Staehelin with extensive experience of commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. Having previously worked with the Permanent Court of Arbitration and leading international arbitration practices in London and Paris, he has acted as party representative and tribunal secretary in numerous major international disputes, including proceedings under the ECT, the NAFTA, and several BITs. Hanno Wehland holds law degrees from the University of Geneva (Ph.D.), University College London (LL.M., Public International Law), and Humboldt University Berlin (State Examination). His doctoral thesis on The Coordination of Multiple Proceedings in Investment Treaty Arbitration was published by Oxford University Press in 2013 and he has advised UNCITRAL on questions regarding the regulation of concurrent proceedings. He has published a range of articles on various international arbitration issues, taught a module on investment arbitration as part of the Malaysian diploma courses of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and given guest lectures at several universities, including the University of Amsterdam, Ghent University, Wuerzburg University, and the University of Potsdam, as well as in the context of the Geneva Master in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS). Hanno Wehland is a regular speaker at international arbitration conferences. He is fluent in English, French and German, and has a good working knowledge of Spanish.