Simon Weber is a PhD student in International Law at King’s College London. His main field of expertise is international dispute resolution, in particular investment arbitration and international commercial arbitration. He holds law degrees from King’s College London, Université Paris Nanterre and University of Potsdam. Simon currently acts as Prof. J. Martin Hunter’s Research Assistant, supporting Prof. Hunter in his teachings as well as in his book projects on international arbitration (Redfern & Hunter on International Arbitration). Having worked with the arbitration department of a major French law firm he has experience in arbitrations under the ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC and LCIA Rules. Currently, he is a member of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), the European Society of International Law (ESIL), Young ICCA, ICC YAF (Young Arbitrators Forum), Young ICSID, Young ChIArb and DIS40. Simon is particularly interested in the procedural evolution of investor-State dispute resolution (ISDR). His Ph.D. examines the procedural and institutional evolution in ISDR and its contribution to the rule of law. He has also written on the concept of moral damages in investment arbitration.