Carlos Matheus López is Bachelor of Laws of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, D.E.A. in Administrative law, Constitutional and General Theory of Law and Juris Doctor of the University of the Basque Country (Spain).
He spent nearly 12 years in the practice of arbitration, like Chairman, sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in numerous national arbitration proceedings, ad hoc and institutional.
He is an Arbitrator at Center of Conciliation and Arbitration of the Lima Chamber of Commerce, Healthcare Suppliers Supervisory Board, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima Bar Association, American Chamber of Commerce of Peru, Peruvian Engineers Association, the Supervising Organization of Government Contracts, the Arbitration Court of Barcelona and the Basque Court of Arbitration.
He is lecturer in Arbitration and Civil Procedure Law in the University of Saint Martin of Porres, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and the University of Lima. He is Director of the Specialization Course of Arbitration Law in the Post Graduate School on the University of Lima and Director of the Annual Course of Arbitral Technique in the Post Graduate School on the University of Saint Martin of Porres. He is member of the Basque Procedural and Arbitration Law Review Council and Titular Partner of the Latin American Procedural Institute.
He is coauthor of "A Treatise on Arbitration Law" (Tratado de Derecho de Arbitraje, Instituto Vasco de Derecho Procesal, San Sebastián, Espańa, 2003). He is author of "Introduction to the Arbitration Law" (Introducción al Derecho de Arbitraje, Semper Veritas ediciones, Lima, 2006) and author of "The Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrator" (La Independencia e Imparcialidad del Árbitro, Instituto Vasco de Derecho Procesal, San Sebastián, Espańa, 2009).
He writes and publishes widely about arbitration law on specialized reviews of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, England, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Peru, Romania, Spain, Venezuela, among other countries.