As well as working on large international arbitrations and litigation, corporate strategies and multi-billion dollar investment deals, Dr Pandya has done work on Corporate Social Responsibility, including research on preventing child labour and human rights abuses in transnational supply chains of goods and services. He has been a lecturer in the law department at the University of Durham, taught and examined law at the London School of Economics, been a researcher in comparative law at the University of Oxford, a guest lecturer on the Masters in commercial arbitration at King’s College London.

He was lecturer and examiner on the Masters in Commercial arbitration at Middlesex University. He has given talks on international commercial arbitration widely, including at the London Court of International Arbitration. His PhD in investment law and investment treaty arbitration was supervised by Sir Christopher Greenwood QC KCMG and examined by Professor Mads Andenas QC, an arbitrator of the World Bank’s ICSID forum. His article on legitimate expectations in investment treaty arbitration is one of the most downloaded, and most frequently cited, in that field.

He also acts as a mental health support officer in the firm for young lawyers, administrative staff and interns.

He is a supporter of the Institute of Economic Affairs of the United Kingdom which promotes free-market liberal economics.





Joel Lomotey works as a support lawyer at Pandya Arbitration Global. After his law degree Joel worked as a para-legal to another dispute resolution services firm. He joined Pandya Arbitration Global in 2019 as a Legal Executive. He has experience of working on large multi-million pound disputes and property seizure. He has also done post graduate studies and research in law at Queen Mary, University of London.