- Contract Law
- Commercial Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Contract Law
- Commercial litigation
- Law and Economics
- Private International Law
Drossos Stamboulakis joined the USC Law School in late 2015. Drossos has a particular interest in commercial law and dispute resolution, primarily focusing on arbitration and private international law, and has worked across a diverse range of private and public institutions in these fields.
Before starting at USC, Drossos taught a range of international comparative and commercial law subjects at Monash University and the Australian Catholic University in Victoria. In 2013, Drossos worked at King & Wood Mallesons, in the arbitration and commercial litigation teams. Drossos has also worked in several intergovernmental private law organisations, including having served as the Peter Nygh Intern with the Hague Conference on Private International Law in 2012.
Between 2009 and 2011, Drossos served as an Associate to the Honourable Justice Croft, head of the Arbitration List and a General Commercial List, in the Commercial Court of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Drossos holds degrees in Law (with First Class Honours) and Commerce (with an Economics major) from Monash University, and a European Masters in Law and Economics from Rotterdam, Bologna and Haifa Universities. Drossos has received certifications in Private International Law from the Hague Academy of International Law in The Hague and in International Arbitration from the International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris. During his undergraduate studies, Drossos was an Editor of the Monash University Law Review.
Drossos is currently undertaking his doctoral research into global recognition and enforcement approaches for private international civil and commercial disputes, including arbitral and judicial awards.