Jordi Sellarés holds a Law degree from the University of Barcelona (1984-1989), a Master’s degree in international relations from the University of Cambridge (1990-1991) and a Doctorate in law from the University of Barcelona (2002).

Since 1991 he teaches public international law, as Associate Professor, at the University of Barcelona and at the ESADE Law Faculty.

After practising as a lawyer for a few years, he has been working since 1993 with the Spanish Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce, first as a technical adviser (1993-2004) and, thereafter, as Deputy Secretary (2004-2008), Director (2008-2011) and, currently, as Secretary General, combining those activities with his teaching both at the University of Barcelona and at ESADE.

He has also been a legal adviser to the Andorran delegation to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), from January to April 2004; and visiting Professor at the University of Puerto Rico (January to March 2007), at the University Rafael Landívar University (Guatemala, August 2007) and at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (London, January to April 2011).

He is presently a member of the Arbitral Board

Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French, English, German and Norwegian.