Thomas Granier focuses his practice on international arbitration.
Before joining the Firm, Thomas served as counsel for the Europe, Middle-East and Africa Team at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Court of Arbitration in Paris, after having acted as deputy counsel for the Germany, Switzerland, and Austria Team. At the ICC, Thomas supervised more than 300 arbitrations and reviewed a number of arbitration awards. He also interned in the arbitration departments of international law firms in Germany and France.
Thomas has authored a number of articles on subjects related to international arbitration, and regularly speaks at conferences on various topics in the field of investment treaty arbitration and commercial arbitration.
Thomas is a lecturer in international arbitration law at the University Paris Descartes and teaches French law of obligations at the University Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Défense.