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Fiona Parkin appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 2011 list

2nd Mar 2011

Chambers would like to congratulate Fiona Parkin on her appointment to Queen’s Counsel. The ceremony will take place at the Palace of Westminster on Thursday 7th April 2011.

Fiona advises and represents multi-national companies, public bodies and professional clients in connection with substantial international and domestic disputes, typically arising out of major infrastructure projects both within the UK and worldwide. Her specialist areas include work in the construction and engineering, energy and utilities and professional negligence sectors. She also has a well established public procurement practice, advising public bodies and unsuccessful tenderers on all aspects of Public and Utilities Procurement.

Fiona has extensive experience of high value commercial litigation and international arbitration work. In particular, she has advised and acted in international disputes governed by ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA and IBA Arbitration rules.

She is recognised as a leading junior by the legal directories, Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession (UK and Global) and The Legal 500, in the fields of Construction, Energy and Natural Resources, Arbitration, Professional Negligence and Public Procurement.





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