Littleton is delighted to announce that four leading international arbitrators have joined its Arbitration Group.
Sir Michael Burton’s return to Littleton in 2016 marked the start of a period of significant growth in this area of practice which has, in turn, attracted leading arbitrators from around the globe, swelling the ranks of Littleton’s Arbitration Group. Jack Kerr Jnr, Chelva Rajah SC, Alan Anderson and Professor Anthony Daimsis have joined as Associate Tenants at Littleton Chambers.
Joint Heads of Chambers, Naomi Ellenbogen QC and Selwyn Bloch QC commented, “It is a mark of the esteem in which our Arbitrators and Commercial Dispute Resolution members are rightly held that we are able to attract such highly regarded international arbitrators to Littleton. Our arbitration practice continues to grow and we now have a presence across the globe, in key seats for arbitration in Europe, North America and the Far East. International arbitration is constantly evolving and we recognise the need to be adaptable and innovative in our response to client demands. We feel confident that our commitment to building Littleton’s arbitration practice and the quality of our arbitrators means that we can be at the forefront of meeting those demands.”
The arrival of these four international arbitrators brings the total number of Littleton international arbitrators to nine: Sir Michael Burton, Lord Hacking, Samuel Haubold, Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Matthieu de Boisseson, Jack Kerr Jnr, Chelva Rajah SC, Alan Anderson, and Prof Anthony Daimsis.