AN OVERVIEW OF KEATING CHAMBERS
Keating Chambers is a leading set of commercial barristers’ chambers based in London. Currently 63 barristers strong, including 27 Queen’s Counsel, Chambers has a thriving domestic and international practice. The barristers provide advice and advocacy to clients in connection with projects worldwide. The members of Keating Chambers specialise in providing their services across the areas of construction, engineering, energy, infrastructure, international arbitration, procurement, professional negligence, shipbuilding & marine engineering and technology, including IT and Telecoms.The barristers are active in UK courts and tribunals including the Technology and Construction Court, the Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court and the Privy Council. Their expertise in alternative dispute resolution covers UK and international arbitration, adjudication (statutory and contractual), mediation, dispute review boards and expert determination. Chambers’ strong reputation for advocacy, is matched equally by their reputation for drafting, advisory and non-contentious services, at all levels.
The barristers provide advisory services on all the internationally recognised forms of contract including FIDIC, NEC, IChemE and JCT. They also have extensive experience with PPP, PFI, and partnering and alliancing contracts. Individuals at Keating Chambers are frequently appointed as arbitrators, adjudicators, expert determinators, mediators and legal assessors and an impressive number of the senior barristers also sit in the UK Courts as Deputy High Court Judges in divisions such as the Technology and Construction Court, Crown and County Courts.
Keating Chambers’ expertise extends across the globe. Our barristers have advised and acted in a wide variety of projects in most countries around the world. This experience brings with it a familiarity of both procedural and substantive law in numerous jurisdictions, together with a keen ability to work closely with lawyers and clients with diverse backgrounds. A number of members of chambers have working knowledge of other languages including Arabic, French, German, Italian, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Yoruba.
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