Mark Wassouf joins Doughty Street Chambers

03.09.14 | |

We are delighted to welcome Mark Wassouf to Doughty Street Chambers.

 

Mark is a barrister specialising in human rights, public international law and international arbitration. He has represented governments, corporations and individuals in proceedings before the International Criminal Court, in arbitrations conducted under all the major arbitral rules (including ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC and LCIA), and in domestic proceedings in England and Wales. A fluent Arabic speaker, he has particular expertise in cases and matters related to the Middle East.  To view a full profile please click here

 

Amal Alamuddin said “Mark is hard-working, analytical and unflappable in stressful situations. As a lawyer who has already practised at one of the top law-firms in the world, he also has professional experience and  qualities well-suited to practise at the bar. I have no doubt that he will be very successful."

 

Mark’s move was recently covered in the legal press, click here to read more: The Lawyer ; Global Arbitration Review

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