A formidable strategist, negotiator and litigator across multiple legal disciplines, Khory provides wide-ranging issues management and conflict advice to corporate and government decision makers at the highest levels. Khory is Professor of Strategic Law at Griffith University.
Khory currently represents Australia in UNCITRAL Working Group II: Arbitration and Conciliation, working on the possibility of a model law and or convention on the recognition and enforcement of conciliated settlements. He is also an ICC Australia Board Member and active across a broad range of national Chambers of Commerce in the Australian market. He is a Vice President of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA).
He has been an institutional representative for entry into cooperation agreements in the ADR and arbitration spaces with both ICADR (India) and BANI (Indonesia) as well as spoken throughout the region in Korea, Taiwan, China, India, Indonesia and elsewhere. He is regularly a speaker on panels including judicial officer such as at RAIF.
He is believed to be the only Australian practitioner listed both in Chambers Asia Arbitration (Australia) and in the International Who's Who ranking for International Commercial Mediators.