The barristers at 11 Stone Buildings are regularly instructed as counsel (or as arbitrators) in arbitral proceedings both in England and internationally. In addition, members of Chambers are frequently instructed in proceedings in the High Court arising out of the enforcement or challenge to arbitral awards, as well as proceedings in the English courts in connection with arbitrations taking place abroad. Members of Chambers have conducted arbitrations administered by all the main international institutions (such as the ICC, LCIA and AAA) and several regional institutions, as well as ad hoc arbitrations conducted under the UNCITRAL Rules.
The arbitration experience within Chambers covers a wide range of industry sectors, including project finance, construction and joint venture disputes, oil and gas, as well as disputes in the financial sector. Additionally, several members of Chambers have niche experience in the specialist field of sports arbitrations.
Articles & Publications
Given our expertise in this area our members are often invited to write for specialised publications and/or have written 11 SB case notes/bulletins on relevant topics. Please follow the link below to view the most recent articles:
- Arbitration agreements are not subject to equality laws. Insider case note, July 2011 by Kevin Pettican.
Our arbitration barristers are: