Arbitration and Mediation

With members based in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Dublin, Six Pump Court is in a strong position to advise international clients in all areas of arbitration, both domestic and international.

Members of Chambers have acted as Counsel and Arbitrators in international arbitrations in Beijing, Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, Lagos, London, New York, Shanghai, New Delhi, Singapore, Stockholm and Washington D.C. under the Rules of various international institutions including AAA/ICDR, AIAC, CAS, CIArb, CIETAC, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, LMAA, LME, SCMA and PIAC. This experience extends to ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Rules and the CIArb Rules, and to experience in arbitration – related litigation in national courts.

Members have acted in a broad range of international arbitral disputes including general commercial disputes; offshore oil and gas ventures (joint production and joint operating agreements); banking; financial services, joint ventures in all manner of enterprises, online dispute resolution; art law; commodity trading including in metals and ores, cotton, coal, oil and gas, palm oil, foodstuffs,; intellectual property, insurance and reinsurance; shipping including all types of traditional maritime disputes, ship sale and purchase and ship conversion contracts for use of vessels as FPSO’s .

Chambers has members who act as Advisers in areas such as treaty law and practice in relation to international investment treaty disputes; who have provided expert evidence in treaty arbitrations; and who specialise in the law and practice of treaties, the polar regions, international environmental law and law of the sea.

Six Pump Court has members of all levels of seniority who can fulfil the role of both arbitrator and counsel before an arbitration. As well as the particular experience if arbitration which these members have, members of Chambers have experience in fields where arbitration is increasingly used.

Please contact the clerks with your enquiry.

For information on those members of Chambers with particular experience in mediation please contact the clerks.