Duncan Matthews QC and Christopher Hancock QC are delighted to announce that Andrew Dinsmore has joined 20 Essex Street with effect from today, Wednesday 7 February 2018.
Andrew has a broad international commercial litigation and arbitration practice. He is often instructed to appear as junior counsel in complex, multi-jurisdictional, high-value cases and is also regularly instructed to appear as sole counsel in the Commercial Court, Chancery Division and in arbitration. His specialisms include commercial law, arbitration, banking and finance, civil fraud, private international law, cyber-security issues, sport, emergency and interim injunctions, insurance, energy and natural resources, shipping and shipbuilding.
Andrew also has a strong interest in the impact of Brexit on private international law and has authored several articles and other publications. He sat on the ComBar Brexit Working Group to advise on the impact of Brexit on the Conflict of Laws in England and Wales and played a key role in drafting the original position paper.
Joint Head of Chambers Duncan Matthews QC: “We are very pleased to welcome Andrew as a member of Chambers at 20 Essex Street. His arrival will further strengthen the excellent commercial litigation and arbitration capabilities of the set’s juniors.”
Andrew says: “I am delighted to be joining 20 Essex Street and to continue building my international commercial litigation and arbitration practice with Chambers’ broad spectrum of first-class practitioners and support team at this exciting time for the Commercial Bar.”
Andrew’s full CV can be found here.