Ms. Shan Greer is a Caribbean arbitrator, mediator and advocate with more than nineteen years experience handling a wide variety of commercial disputes. While her practice carries a strong emphasis on major building and infrastructure projects, she has handled a wide range of commercial disputes in the banking and insurance, hotel and property development, oil and gas, energy, telecommunications, and water sectors.


Ms. Shan Greer is a Fellow with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and possesses a Masters degree in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution from Kings College London. She has worked in multiple jurisdictions and has been admitted to practice in England and Wales, Saint Lucia, Belize and St. Vincent. She is the Chair of the Caribbean Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators as well as a Regional Pathway Leader for its training programme in the Americas.


Ms. Shan Greer’s practice is primarily focused on commercial arbitration within the Caribbean. Over the past ten years, Ms. Shan Greer has been regularly appointed as an arbitrator in international and domestic disputes governed by the laws of civil and common law jurisdictions under various arbitration rules. She is currently named to the roster of commercial arbitrators with the British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre, Dispute Resolution Centre in Trinidad and Tobago, Dispute Resolution Association in St. Lucia and the Jamaica International Arbitration Centre. In addition, she has been nominated by Saint Lucia for inclusion in the CARICOM Secretariat’s List of Arbitrators and Conciliators established pursuant to the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas as well as appointed a director of the Arbitration and Mediation Court of the Caribbean.