The Legal 500 Arbitration Powerlist: United Kingdom 2022

26th Oct 2022

Members and door tenants of Atkin Chambers have been recognised in The Legal 500’s UK Arbitration Powerlist 2022, which was launched on 13 October.

The list showcases leading arbitration practitioners in the country, reflecting the practitioners that are deemed the gold standard by businesses.

While members of Atkin Chambers primarily act as counsel in litigation, arbitration and adjudication, they may also accept appointments as arbitrator, adjudicator, mediator or members of Dispute Adjudication Boards.

In addition to members, a number of highly-respected, senior international ADR practitioners are door tenants at Atkin Chambers, including former judges and other legal professionals awarded and honoured by their peers and governments for their distinguished service to the law.

The full list can be accessed here.

Click below to read about the members/door tenants featured in the Powerlist:

  • Andrew White KC
  • Professor Doug Jones AO (also listed in The Arbitration Powerlist: Australia and New Zealand 2022)
  • Sir Robert Akenhead





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