As advocates and advisors, our members assist at every stage and level of arbitrations, from preliminary advice through to hearings, enforcement proceedings and on applications to set aside awards.
Our members undertake extensive work under domestic arbitration rules, particularly in the resources and energy, and building and construction sectors.
Members are also experienced and able to provide exceptional advice and advocacy services in international arbitrations including in:
- arbitrations under LCIA and ICC rules (previous matters include arbitrations concerning reinsurance, insurance and construction/infrastructure disputes);
- arbitrations before the ICC in Paris;
- arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Model Law and Rules.
Members are particularly well placed to advise and appear in international commercial arbitrations conducted in the Asia-Pacific region and governed by English law. As a consequence of their Australian tertiary qualifications in law, all members are deeply conversant in English law of contract. Further, many members have post-graduate qualifications, are admitted and/or have worked in overseas jurisdictions including England, the United States, Japan and South Korea.
For further details of members who may be particularly able to assist with a particular arbitral dispute, please contact Chambers’ practice manager, Daniel Perry.