Odysseas Repousis is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office and a member of the litigation and international arbitration practice groups. Odysseas has a master of laws degree from Harvard Law School and a PhD from the University of Hong Kong.
Odysseas acts in litigation and arbitration cases spanning a broad range of industry sectors, jurisdictions, procedural rules and applicable laws. He regularly represents clients in, among others, the transportation, banking and financial services, mining, telecommunications, infrastructure and utilities sectors, and has particular experience in matters involving complex, fact-heavy and cross-border commercial disputes and claims involving state parties or governments.
Odysseas has received several prizes and awards for his professional and academic work, including the Harvard University Scholarship and the Li Ka Shing Prize (also known as the Best PhD thesis award).
Prior to joining Quinn Emanuel, Odysseas taught and conducted research at Harvard Law School and the University of Hong Kong; worked at the International Chamber of Commerce and the European Commission (at the Directorate General for Trade); and held research positions with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and the United Nations International Law Commission. Odysseas has spoken and written extensively on international arbitration and litigation topics, and has delivered lectures at universities in the United States, Europe and Hong Kong.
Odysseas is a fellow of the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum at Stanford Law School and a board member of the Harvard Law School Association of the UK.