In today’s globalised world, clients involved in cross-border disputes might require advice on public international law.
Whether it be seeking compensation against a State for breach of its obligations under international law, enforcing a judgment or arbitral award against a State, resisting extradition for an individual, concluding deals in a manner that is compliant with sanctions regimes, commencing proceedings under the World Trade Organisation’s dispute settlement procedure, or understanding how to conduct cross-border litigation following Brexit, public and private international law are increasingly permeating commercial disputes.
Our team has postgraduate qualifications in international law from the world’s leading universities and has experience in advising in cases before the leading domestic and international courts and tribunals.
Our lawyers speak multiple languages and have advised States, corporations, intergovernmental organisations, nongovernmental organisations and individuals on all aspects of public international law.
This includes acting for or against a number of sovereign States, including Australia, Turkey, Egypt, India, Poland and the United Kingdom.
We are available to advise clients on: