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Professor Doug Jones at IBA Project Finance Conference

29th Apr 2009

Professor Doug Jones AM was the Chair and a Panelist of a session on Best Practices in Infrastructure Projects at the IBA Project Finance Conference in Washington, USA held on 22-24 April 2009.

Doug Jones is an international infrastructure and dispute resolution lawyer. He is Sydney-based and a door tenant at Atkin Chambers. He has practised extensively throughout Australasia and Asia in project, structuring and financing, contract drafting and advice during project implementation and dispute resolution since his first admission to practice in 1972.

He is also a Co-Chair and Panelist (ACICA) for Session 4 – Asian Arbitration Practices under the Common Law Jurisdiction at the APRAG Conference in Seoul, Korea to be held 21-23 June 2009





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