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- Arbitration and mediation
- Private international law
Albert’s practice in London and Singapore focuses on arbitral proceedings and advice and appearance work in cases that raise private international law issues. He has a DPhil (the University of Oxford equivalent of a PhD) in that area.
He has also been involved, usually as counsel, in numerous international arbitrations in the Asia-Pacific region, most notably in Singapore and Hong Kong. Albert has particular experience in maritime and mining disputes, and also acts as an arbitrator.
Albert was educated in Australia, where he maintains chambers. He has been engaged as Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. The commission was established by the Australian government in December 2017 and its final report was submitted on 1 February 2019.
Following his appointment, The Australian stated in February 2018: “Jet-setting Melbourne barrister Albert Dinelli brings an impressive professional curriculum vitae to his new role as Counsel Assisting Banking Royal Commissioner Kenneth Hayne.”
Year of call: 2007 (Australia); 2014 (England and Wales)
- Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration
- Britain-Australia Society
- SIAC: Reserve Panel
- The University of Melbourne: Senior Fellow
- University of Oxford, Magdalen College: DPhil, Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) (2008)
- Monash University: LLB (Hons) (2002)