Soterios Loizou is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Commercial Law at King’s College London, and Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) Fellow at the Stanford Law School. He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate legal studies at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, NYU School of Law, the Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL), and Harvard Law School. Soterios is currently completing his PhD thesis at the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, focusing on international sales law, conflict-of-laws and comparative law issues. He has been awarded numerous awards and prizes for his research, including the prestigious Colin B. Picker Prize at the American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) Young Comparativists Committee (YCC) Fifth Annual Global Conference (New Orleans, LA, 2016), the first prize at the international writing competition organized in conjunction with the MU Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution-American Society of International Law (ASIL), Dispute Resolution Interest Group works-in-progress conference (Columbia, MO, 2017), the first prize at the Trandafir international business writing competition, and the Smit-Lowenfeld Prize by The International Arbitration Club of New York (2020). Soterios is qualified to practice law in both Common Law and Civil Law jurisdictions, namely in the State of New York (USA) and Greece.