Rupert Choat to be appointed as Queen’s Counsel

22nd Dec 2021

Congratulations to Rupert Choat on his successful application to be appointed as Queen’s Counsel.

Rupert has specialised since 1997 in construction, engineering, PFI/PPP, energy and similar disputes. He has considerable experience in related claims involving professional negligence as well as bonds and guarantees. He has worked on disputes concerning projects in well over 50 jurisdictions, with most of them governed by the local law. Rupert is a practising arbitrator and has sat in ICC, LCIA, SCC, FAI, DIAC and ad hoc arbitrations. In addition, Rupert is a CEDR accredited mediator. Rupert teaches on the MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at King’s College, London.

The formal appointment ceremony at Westminster Hall will take place on 21 March 2022.





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