Atkin Chambers is delighted that Arthur Graham-Dixon has joined Chambers as a tenant from 14 March 2019, following the completion of his pupillage.
Arthur’s practice covers all areas of Chambers’ work, including construction, engineering and infrastructure, energy and utilities, and professional negligence.
“I am delighted that Arthur Graham-Dixon is joining us as a tenant at Atkin Chambers after the completion of a successful pupillage. This is an exciting time to build a practice in commercial dispute resolution particularly in relation to large infrastructure projects and energy, the main sectors in which the members of Atkin Chambers specialise,” Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, Head of Chambers, commented.
During pupillage, Arthur gained experience at all stages of litigation, adjudication and arbitration, and worked with a variety of bespoke and standard form contracts including the JCT, NEC and ACE forms.
Arthur came directly to the Bar after finishing his undergraduate degree at the University of Oxford (a double first in Classics). During his law conversion, through the School Exclusion Project he represented the parents of an excluded child across three hearings, eventually in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (part of the First Tier Tribunal). He was a finalist in City University’s GDL Moot, appearing before Lord Mance in the Supreme Court for the moot and represented City University in the Vis Moot, the leading international arbitration moot, in Vienna.