Domestic and International Arbitration
Level Twenty Seven Chambers, based in the Asia-Pacific region, provides outstanding advisory, advocacy and arbitrator services in international arbitration matters raising common law legal issues. Our members have a particular depth of experience in large-scale, high-value and cross-border contract, energy, infrastructure, mining, and building and construction disputes.
- Barristers are experienced in international arbitration at both established and establishing seats, including under ACICA, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, SIAC and UNCITRAL rules and have memberships with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and other arbitral bodies.
- Barristers have an extraordinary depth of experience in acting for principals, contractors, subcontractors and consultants in relation to major mining, energy, construction and infrastructure project disputes of all kinds.
- Access to our barristers with an internationally recognised high quality common law legal education in an Asia-Pacific location, facilitating ease of contact and collaboration. Various members also have a degree of fluency in Mandarin, Japanese and Korean languages and culture.
- Level Twenty Seven Chambers is ranked as a leading set for Dispute Resolution and Building & Construction disputes in Chambers & Partners 2018 and 2019 guides. Four members are individually ranked by Chambers & Partners for Dispute Resolution and Construction & Infrastructure disputes. Praise for individuals includes:
– Band 1 Dispute Resolution and Construction and Infrastructure, “A world-class commercial practice…his advocacy is widely regarded as the best in the country” (Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific 2017)
– Band 1 Construction and Infrastructure Disputes “One of the outstanding construction juniors in Australia” (Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific 2019)
- Australian Disputes Centre awarded Level Twenty Seven ‘ADR Chambers of the Year 2019’ on account of the calibre of work undertaken by the barristers and the level of client services provided by Chambers.
- Numerous members with international experience, including post-graduate qualifications in England (Cambridge, Oxford), the United States (Columbia) and Switzerland (University of Geneva), and admissions to the New York Bar and the Bar of England & Wales.
- Approachable and commercial clerks who have international arbitration practice management experience.