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Essex Court Chambers

Living Wage
24 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, WC2A 3EG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7813 8000
Fax:
Fax 020 7813 8080
DX:
320 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Email:
Web:
www.essexcourt.com
London, Singapore

Malcolm Shaw QC

Tel:
Work 020 7813 8000
Email:
Essex Court Chambers (Essex Court Chambers)

Position

Barrister focusing on public international law. Cases include: R v Mohamed Gul (CPS) – Supreme Court and Court of Appeal Decisions; R v Jones (CPS) – House of Lords decision; Noor Khan v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Treasury Solicitor); Bancoult v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Treasury Solicitor); Alamieyeseigha v CPS (Corker Binning) – High Court decision; Re AY Bank (Clifford Chance) – before High Court, Chancery Division; Ubamaka Edward Wilson v Secretary for Security and Director of Immigration – before Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong. Appears before International Court of Justice eg Chad v Libya (Government of Chad); Cameroon v Nigeria (Government of Cameroon); legality of the declaration of Kosovo’s independence (Government of Serbia). Matters handled include, in addition, those relating to human rights; eg cases before European Court of Human Rights: Loizidou v Turkey (Government of Cyprus); Cyprus v Turkey (Government of Cyprus); Chiragov v Armenia (Government of Azerbaijan) and Sargsyan v Azerbaijan (Government of Azerbaijan) and to international commercial arbitration, oil production sharing agreements and to sanctions listing appeals. Publications of note: textbook on international law, books on territory, many articles.

Career

Called 1988; QC 2002.

Languages

French.

Member

Combar; British Institute of International and Comparative Law (trustee).

Education

University of Liverpool (LLB); Hebrew University of Jerusalem (LLM); University of Keele (PhD).

Leisure

Reading, music.


London Bar

Public international law

Within: Public international law – Leading silks

Malcolm Shaw QC - Essex Court ChambersHe’s great, he’s written the book and is great to deal with.

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