Simon Greenberg has extensive experience in international arbitration both ad hoc and under the rules of numerous international commercial arbitration institutions, notably the ICC.
His experience encompasses a range of dispute types in various sectors such as construction and infrastructure, telecoms, technology, military procurement, recovery of illicit commissions, state appropriation of assets, post-acquisition, and general commercial disputes.
Simon is a lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris and Hong Kong University and a regular speaker at arbitration conferences.
University of Paris II – Panthéon-Assas, DSU (LLM equivalent, private international law) 2002
Deakin University, Melbourne, LLB (First Class Hons & Supreme Court Prize for graduating top) 2002
Admitted as a barrister & solicitor in Victoria, Australia 2003
Admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales 2005
Admitted as an avocat in Paris 2005
Assistant Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration 2000
Clayton Utz, Melbourne Australia 2002
Dechert LLP 2004
Deputy Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration 2008
Joined Clifford Chance as Counsel 2012
Speaks English and French