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This table comprises a mix of the leading full-time and part-time arbitrators. They are all primarily based in London, and are drawn from the ranks of barristers and ex-judges (rather than solicitors).

20 Essex Street is ‘among the top London sets for international arbitrators. It is a stable of leading international names, regularly handling some of the largest and most-talked-about cases.

Essex Court Chambers has a separate wing for arbitrators at 24 Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Its members have a superb reputation for international arbitrations and investment treaty disputes.

One Essex Court has an incredibly deep bench of arbitrators experienced across a wide range of disputes.

39 Essex Chambers has several top names, and its arbitrators are particularly well regarded for infrastructure, construction and energy disputes.

Brick Court Chambers houses several of the leading figures in international arbitration, including Klaus Reichert SC and Lord Hoffmann.

Keating Chambers is one of the top choices for construction and infrastructure arbitrations, and the set fields several of the best-known arbitrators in the market.

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