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Belinda McRae

Belinda has a broad practice encompassing all aspects of commercial, public and international law, with a particular focus on private and public international law. She has appeared on multiple occasions in the UK Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court and County Courts (including [2018] UKSC 5, [2016] UKSC 20 and [2016] UKSC 19). She has also appeared, both as sole counsel and as junior counsel, in international arbitrations under a variety of institutional rules (including the ICSID, UNCITRAL, CRCICA, ICC, LMAA and CAS Rules), seated in London, Paris, New York, Lausanne, Geneva, Kuala Lumpur, The Hague and Cairo. Belinda has also been appointed as an arbitrator on a three-person London-seated tribunal.

Belinda is recommended by the Who's Who Legal as a 'Rising Star' at the UK Bar (2018), which listed the "standout members of the junior Bar...operating at a level beyond their call." She is also recommended by Who's Who Legal in Arbitration (2018), and is recognised as a 'Future Leader' in Arbitration (2018). Belinda was also appointed to the UK Attorney General's Panel of Counsel (C Panel, Public International Law) in 2017 and as the joint UK representative of the LCIA's Young International Arbitration Group in 2016. 

Belinda has also developed an expertise in Brexit-related matters, particularly as regards its private and public international law implications. In 2016-2017, she served on the Lord Chief Justice's Advisory Committee on Brexit and Civil Jurisdiction, chaired by Lord Justice Hamblen, as well as on the COMBAR Brexit Conflict of Laws Group. She was seconded to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office's Legal Directorate in 2016-2017, where she worked on Brexit-related international and domestic law issues, including the Miller litigation. She has also spoken and published widely on the topic.

Before coming to the Bar, Belinda amassed a wealth of international legal experience. She was an Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in Paris, where she specialised in international arbitration and public international law. Belinda also worked as a research assistant for Judge James Crawford while at the University of Cambridge and at international courts and tribunals in Cambodia, Tanzania and Australia, where she was a Judicial Assistant to the Hon. Justice J.D. Heydon AC at the High Court, Australia’s equivalent of the UK Supreme Court.

Belinda first qualified in Australia in 2010, but was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2014. She is a graduate of the University of Queensland, where she was the Law School Valedictorian, and the University of Cambridge, which she attended as a Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholar.

Specialisations: 

Arbitration

Belinda has been ranked in Who's Who Legal as a 'Future Leader' in Arbitration (2018) and in UK Bar Arbitration (2018). 

As counsel

Commercial arbitration

LMAA Arbitration (2017-): Counsel for the Claimant in two ongoing arbitration references under the LMAA Terms concerning the breach of termination of agreements for the sale and purchase of two newbuilding vessels (with Michael Ashcroft QC)

Jersey Football Association v UEFA, Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS 2016/ A/4787) (2017): Counsel for the Appellant in its appeal against UEFA's refusal to admit it to membership of UEFA, which was partially upheld (with Christopher Hancock QC)

UNCITRAL Arbitration (2017): Part of the counsel team for the Claimant, a major national oil company, in a US$300+ million dispute under a drilling services contract (with Duncan Matthews QC and Edward Ho), including applications before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court (with Timothy Young QC)

UNCITRAL Arbitration (2016): Sole counsel for the Claimant in an ad hoc arbitration seated in London relating to a claim under a guarantee in respect of an iron ore shipment

UNCITRAL Arbitration (2015-2016): Part of the counsel team for the Claimant in an international arbitration in the health care sector, governed by the UNCITRAL Rules and seated in Malaysia, relating to allegations of fraud and secret commissions in contract procurement

East Mediterranean Gas, S.A.E. v EGPC and EGAS (2012-2014): Counsel for EMG in multi-billion dollar ICC and CRCICA arbitrations against Egyptian state entities involving the cessation of gas supply to Israel

ICC Arbitration (2012): Counsel for the Respondent, an international cement company, in relation to a post-M&A contractual dispute under the ICC Rules in which Chilean law was the governing law (with Peter Turner QC)

Arbitration-related court applications

W v X Company [2017] EWHC 3430 (Comm): Counsel for the Claimant in Commercial Court proceedings, successfully obtaining a rare order under section 42 of the Arbitration Act 1996 to enforce a peremptory order of a tribunal, as well as uncontested orders under section 43 and 44 of the Act (with Michael Ashcroft QC)

The Kyrgyz Republic v Stans Energy Corp and Kutisay Mining LLC [2017] EWHC 2539 (Comm): Counsel for the Defendants in Commercial Court proceedings, successfully resisting a challenge to the jurisdiction of an UNCITRAL tribunal in an investment treaty claim under section 67 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (with Ben Juratowitch QC)

Section 67 and 68 Application (2017-): Counsel for the Defendant in Commercial Court proceedings resisting an application to set aside an ICC Award under section 67 and 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996, with a hearing scheduled for February 2018 (with Charles Kimmins QC)

Section 66 Application (2016-2017): Counsel for the Defendant in Commercial Court proceedings resisting the enforcement of a US$1.2 billion LCIA Award in the Commercial Court under section 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996, which ultimately settled (with Laurence Rabinowitz QC, Charles Kimmins QC and others)

Investment treaty arbitration

Mr A v State B (2017-): Sole Counsel for the Respondent in an investment treaty case under the India-UK bilateral investment treaty brought under the UNCITRAL Rules for claims including a breach of the fair and equitable treatment standard

China Heilongjiang International Economic & Technical Cooperative Corp (and others) v Mongolia (PCA Case No. 2010-20): Counsel for the Claimants in a PCA-administered ad hoc arbitration (using both the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules for guidance) under the China-Mongolia BIT relating to the expropriation of a mining licence (with Peter Turner QC)

Yosef Maiman v The Arab Republic of Egypt (PCA Case No. 2012-026) and Ampal-American Israel Corporation v The Arab Republic of Egypt (ICSID Case No. ARB/12/11): Counsel for two consortiums of investors in multi-billion dollar arbitrations under the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules against Egypt involving the cessation of gas supply to Israel

Guaracachi America & Rurelec v Bolivia (PCA Case No. 2011-17): Counsel for the Claimants in a UNCITRAL arbitration seated in The Hague and administered by the PCA regarding measures taken by Bolivia affecting their investments in the electricity industry

As arbitrator

LMAA Arbitration (2016): Tribunal-appointed arbitrator in a dispute under a voyage charterparty on the Exxonmobil VOY2005 form involving a claim for freight, interests and costs

As tribunal secretary

ICC Arbitration (2015): Secretary to the Tribunal in an international arbitration in the aviation sector under the ICC Rules and seated in London

Civil fraud

Norwich Pharmacal/ Bankers Trust application (2018): Junior counsel for the Claimant in a pre-action application in the Chancery Division in relation to a complex pension fraud

Petrosaudi Oil Services (Venezuela) Ltd v Novo Banco SA and PDVSA (2017): Part of the counsel team for the Second Defendant in a dispute concerning allegedly fraudulent demands for US$129 million under a letter of credit, involving applications before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court (with Timothy Young QC)

ED&F Man Sugar Limited v T&L Sugars & Ors (2016): Acting for the Claimants in a claim in the Commercial Court for £30 million alleging unlawful means conspiracy, procurement of breach of contract and conversion, relating to a contract from the shipment of raw sugar (with Anthony Trace QC and Christopher Newman)

Freezing Order Application (2016): Part of the counsel team advising the Defendant on EU and English law issues in foreign court proceedings seeking freezing orders and disclosure orders in connection with a fraud claim in the banking sector

UNCITRAL Arbitration (2015-2016): Part of the counsel team for the Claimant in an international arbitration in the health care sector, governed by the UNCITRAL Rules and seated in Malaysia, relating to allegations of fraud and secret commissions in contract procurement

January Investments Limited v Habib Bank AG Zurich (2015): Counsel for the Claimant, a BVI company, in a banking case in the Commercial Court involving allegations of breach of mandate and fraud (with Christopher Moger QC and Susannah Jones)

Commercial litigation

Norwich Pharmacal/ Bankers Trust application (2018): Junior counsel for the Claimant in a pre-action application in the Chancery Division in relation to a complex pension fraud

W v X Company [2017] EWHC 3430 (Comm): Counsel for the Claimant in Commercial Court proceedings, successfully obtaining a rare order under section 42 of the Arbitration Act 1996 to enforce a peremptory order of a tribunal, as well as uncontested orders under section 43 and 44 of the Act (with Michael Ashcroft QC)

The Kyrgyz Republic v Stans Energy Corp and Kutisay Mining LLC [2017] EWHC 2539 (Comm): Counsel for the Defendants in Commercial Court proceedings, successfully resisting a challenge to the jurisdiction of an UNCITRAL tribunal in an investment treaty claim under section 67 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (with Ben Juratowitch QC)

Section 67 and 68 Application (2017-): Counsel for the Defendant in Commercial Court proceedings resisting an application to set aside an ICC Award under section 67 and 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996, with a hearing scheduled for February 2018 (with Charles Kimmins QC)

Petrosaudi Oil Services (Venezuela) Ltd v Novo Banco SA and PDVSA (2017): Part of the counsel team for the Second Defendant in a dispute concerning allegedly fraudulent demands for $129 million under a letter of credit, involving applications before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court (with Timothy Young QC)

A Company v B Company (2016-2017): Counsel for the Claimant in a dispute relating to the recovery of fees for estate agency services in respect of a large residential development, which ultimately settled (with Julian Kenny QC)

Section 66 Application (2016-2017): Counsel for the Defendant in Commercial Court proceedings resisting the enforcement of a US$1.2 billion LCIA Award in the Commercial Court under section 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996, which ultimately settled (with Laurence Rabinowitz QC, Charles Kimmins QC and others)

Interpoise Limited v Balaji Hotels Limited (2016-2017): Sole counsel for the Claimant in a dispute in the Central London County Court and Liverpool County Court relating to the payment of arrears of rent, successfully obtaining summary judgment and a bankruptcy order against one of the defendants

ED&F Man Sugar Limited v T&L Sugars & Ors (2016): Counsel for the Claimants in a claim in the Commercial Court for £30 million alleging unlawful means conspiracy, procurement of breach of contract and conversion, relating to a contract from the shipment of raw sugar (with Anthony Trace QC and Christopher Newman)

NYK Bulkship (Atlantic) NV v Cargill International SA [2016] UKSC 20; [2016] 1 WLR 1853: Counsel for the Respondent in a Supreme Court case raising important points on the NYPE form and agency in the context of delegated or vicarious performance of contractual rights and obligations (with Timothy Young QC)

Ainsworth v Stradze (2016): Counsel for the First Defendant in a contractual dispute in the Central London County Court, successfully setting aside default judgment

January Investments Limited v Habib Bank AG Zurich (2015): Counsel for the Claimant, a BVI company, in a banking case in the Commercial Court involving allegations of breach of mandate and fraud (with Christopher Moger QC and Susannah Jones)

Energy and natural resources

China Heilongjiang International Economic & Technical Cooperative Corp (and others) v Mongolia (PCA Case No. 2010-20) (Mining): Counsel for the Claimants in a PCA-administered ad hoc arbitration (using both the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules for guidance) under the China-Mongolia BIT relating to the expropriation of a mining licence (with Peter Turner QC)

Yosef Maiman v The Arab Republic of Egypt (PCA Case No. 2012-026) and Ampal-American Israel Corporation v The Arab Republic of Egypt (ICSID Case No. ARB/12/11) (Oil and gas): Counsel for two consortiums of investors in multi-billion dollar arbitrations under the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules against Egypt involving the cessation of gas supply to Israel

East Mediterranean Gas, S.A.E. v EGPC and EGAS (2012-2014) (Oil and gas): Counsel for EMG in multi-billion dollar ICC and CRCICA arbitrations against Egyptian state entities involving the cessation of gas supply to Israel

Guaracachi America & Rurelec v Bolivia (PCA Case No. 2011-17) (Electricity): Counsel for the Claimants in a UNCITRAL arbitration seated in The Hague and administered by the PCA regarding measures taken by Bolivia affecting their investments in the electricity industry 

Private international law

Company v B Company (2017): Belinda acted for a telecommunications company, advising as to its prospects in challenging jurisdiction in respect of a claim brought against it in the Chancery Division, involving consideration of Articles 25, 29 and 30 of the Brussels I Regulation (Recast). This included drafting an application to dispute jurisdiction under CPR Part 11.

Mr A v Mr B and Mr C (2017): Belinda advised a government department as to the parameters of the ‘private rights’ exception to the rule of non-recognition of a State for the purposes of enforcing judgments.

Belinda has expertise in the impact of Brexit on conflicts issues. In 2016-2017, she served on the Lord Chief Justice’s Advisory Committee on Brexit and Civil Jurisdiction, chaired by Lord Justice Hamblen, as well as on the COMBAR Brexit Conflict of Laws Group. She has spoken and published widely on the topic. She has advised government departments as to the possible impact of Brexit on existing legislation and of future legislative requirements.

Belinda has also advised private entities and government bodies on the application of:

  • the Brussels I Regulation (Recast) and its predecessor;
  • the Rome I and Rome II Regulations;
  • the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements;
  • the Lugano II Convention;
  • bilateral recognition and enforcement conventions;and
  • common law rules on choice law, jurisdiction and the recognition and enorcement of judgments.

 

In addition, she has advised on and publishes about anti-suit injunctions.

Public international law

Belinda was appointed to the UK Attorney General's Panel of Counsel (C Panel, Public International Law) in 2017. She has been described by "effusive sources" in Who's Who Legal 2018 as a "'very smart' barrister whose 'good commercial and public international law experience' have been recognised by a wide range of UK and international sources."

For six months in 2016-2017, Belinda was seconded to the Legal Directorate of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, where she advised on a variety of public international law issues, including privileges and immunities (diplomatic, consular, state and UN), treaties, counter-terrorism and human rights and sanctions, and in particular, the impact of Brexit.

Her recent contentious cases involving issues of public international law include:

Case B1 (Claims 2 and 3), Iran v. United States (2017- ): Counsel to the United States in proceedings before the Iran - U.S. Claims Tribunal. Belinda argued on behalf of the United States before the Full Tribunal at hearings in both February and May/June 2018. The hearings continue. 

Jersey Football Association v UEFA, Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS 2016/ A/4787) (2017): Counsel for the Appellant in its appeal against UEFA's refusal to admit it to membership of UEFA, which was partially upheld and involved consideration of the question of whether Jersey was a "State" (with Christopher Hancock QC)

Mr A v State B (2017-): Sole Counsel for the Respondent in a claim under the India-UK bilateral investment treaty brought under the UNCITRAL Rules for claims including a breach of the fair and equitable treatment standard

China Heilongjiang International Economic & Technical Cooperative Corp (and others) v Mongolia (PCA Case No. 2010-20): Counsel for the Claimants in a PCA-administered ad hoc arbitration (using both the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules for guidance) under the China-Mongolia BIT relating to the expropriation of a mining licence

Yosef Maiman v The Arab Republic of Egypt (PCA Case No. 2012-026) and Ampal-American Israel Corporation v The Arab Republic of Egypt (ICSID Case No. ARB/12/11): Counsel for two consortiums of investors in multi-billion dollar arbitrations under the UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules against Egypt involving the cessation of gas supply to Israel

Guaracachi America & Rurelec v Bolivia (PCA Case No. 2011-17): Counsel for the Claimants in a UNCITRAL arbitration seated in The Hague and administered by the PCA regarding measures taken by Bolivia affecting their investments in the electricity industry

As to her broader advisory practice, Belinda has advised governments, private entities and NGOs on a range of issues, including:

  • the impact of Brexit on treaties involving the UK;
  • the impact of Brexit on UK legislation;
  • the application of UN, EU and domestic sanctions;
  • rules of secession and statehood;
  • land and maritime boundaries;
  • the recognition of states;
  • consular and diplomatic immunity;
  • state immunity;
  • dispute resolution options before international organisations; and
  • prospective treaty claims.

Belinda is national security vetted ('Security Check' level) and is comfortable working with sensitive material.

Public law

B (Algeria) v Special Immigration Appeals Commission and the Secretary of State for the Home Department  [2018] UKSC 5: Counsel for the Secretary of State in her appeal to the Supreme Court which concerned the circumstances in which immigration bail may be granted to an individual (with Robin Tam QC)

The Queen (on the application of VC) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWCA Civ 57: Counsel for the Secretary of State in an appeal concerning an unlawful detention claim, as well as a claim under the Equality Act 2010 that 'reasonable adjustments' had not been made (with Julie Anderson)

R (on the application of HK (Iraq)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] EWCA Civ 1871: Counsel for the Secretary of State in this test case concerning the lawfulness of the return of asylum seekers to Bulgaria under EU and human rights law (with

R (on the application of Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2017] UKSC 5; [2017] 2 WLR 583: Belinda was seconded to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, assisting with this critical constitutional case and other Brexit matters.

R (on the application of TN (Vietnam)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] EWHC 59 (Admin); [2017] 1 WLR 2595: Counsel for the Secretary of State in two conjoined cases in which the court had to consider the vires of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (Fast Track Procedure) Rules 2005 (with Robin Tam QC and Natasha Barnes)

R (on the application of Ibrahimi) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 2049 (Admin): Counsel for the Secretary of State in cases involving two Iranian nationals seeking judicial review of the Secretary of State’s decision to certify their asylum applications on "safe third country" grounds and subsequently to decline their human rights challenges to the safety of their planned return to Hungary (with Julie Anderson)

R (on the application of K) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 1394 (Admin); [2016] 1 WLR 4243 and R (on the application of HK (Bulgaria)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 857 (Admin): Counsel for the Secretary of State in joined cases in which the claimant asylum seekers applied for judicial review of the Secretary of State's decision to return them to Bulgaria, which involved the application of the Hardial Singh principles and the issue of whether Article 28 of EU Regulation 604/2013 concerning detention had direct effect (with Julie Anderson)

R (on the application of O) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] UKSC 19; [2016] 1 WLR 1717; [2016] 4 All ER 1003: Counsel for the Secretary of State in a Supreme Court unlawful detention case relating to the application of Home Office policy relating to the detention of the mentally ill pending deportation (with Robin Tam QC and Julie Anderson)

Shipping and commodities

LMAA Arbitration (2017-): Counsel for the Claimant in two ongoing arbitration references under the LMAA Terms concerning the breach of termination of agreements for the sale and purchase of two newbuilding vessels (with Michael Ashcroft QC)

LMAA Arbitration (2016): Tribunal-appointed arbitrator in a dispute under a voyage charterparty on the Exxonmobil VOY2005 form involving a claim for freight, interests and costs

ED&F Man Sugar Limited v T&L Sugars & Ors (2016): Counsel for the Claimants in a claim in the Commercial Court for £30 million alleging unlawful means conspiracy, procurement of breach of contract and conversion, relating to a contract from the shipment of raw sugar (with Anthony Trace QC and Christopher Newman)

UNCITRAL Arbitration (2016): Sole counsel for the Claimant in an ad hoc arbitration seated in London relating to a claim under a guarantee in respect of an iron ore shipment

NYK Bulkship (Atlantic) NV v Cargill International SA [2016] UKSC 20; [2016] 1 WLR 1853: Counsel for the Respondent in a Supreme Court case raising important points on the NYPE form and agency in the context of delegated or vicarious performance of contractual rights and obligations (with Timothy Young QC)

Sports law

Jersey Football Association v UEFA, Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS 2016/ A/4787) (2017): Counsel for the Appellant in its appeal against UEFA's refusal to admit it to membership of UEFA, which was partially upheld (with Christopher Hancock QC)

Education and Career: 

Education

  • University of Cambridge, LLM (First) (2011)
  • University of Queensland, BA/LLB (First) (2009)

 

Career

  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Paris (2011 - 2014): Associate, International Arbitration and Public International Law Groups
  • Lauterpacht Centre of International Law, University of Cambridge (2011): Research Associate to Professor James Crawford AC SC (now Judge of the International Court of Justice)
  • Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Phnom Penh (2010): Legal intern, Office of the Co-Prosecutors
  • United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha (2010): Legal intern, Defence Team of Joseph Nzirorera
  • High Court of Australia, Canberra (2009): Associate to the Hon. Justice J.D. Heydon AC

 

Scholarships and prizes

  • Foundation Scholarship, Jesus College, University of Cambridge (2011)
  • Australian Bicentennial Scholarship (2010)
  • Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship (2010)
  • University of Queensland Law School Valedictorian (2009)
  • University of Queensland Travel Scholarship and Grant (2008)
  • Dr MHM Kidwai Memorial Prize (2007)
  • Semi-finalist, International Jessup Moot Court Competition, Washington DC (2007)
  • Winner and Third-Placed Oralist, Australian Jessup Moot Court Competition (2007)
  • Allens Arthur Robinson Law Prize for Overall Excellence (2006)
  • Winner, Asia-Pacific Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot, Hong Kong (2006)
  • Winner, Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot, Perth (2005)
  • Runner-Up, Sir Harry Gibbs National Constitutional Law Moot, Brisbane (2004)
  • Dean's Commendation for High Achievement (2004 - 2007)

Publications: 

Appointments and Society Memberships: 

Bar admissions

  • Bar of England and Wales (Inner Temple) (2014)
  • High Court of Australia (2013) (non-practising)
  • Supreme Court of Queensland (2010) (non-practising)

 

Appointments

  • Attorney General's C Panel of Counsel, Public International Law (2017-)
  • Bar European Group Committee (2017-)
  • UK Regional Representative for LCIA's YIAG in 2016 (2016-)
  • Lord Chief Justice's Advisory Committee on Brexit and Civil Jurisdiction (2016-2017)
  • COMBAR Brexit Conflict of Laws Group (2016-2017)

 

Society memberships

  • Bar European Group
  • Bar Pro Bono Unit/ CLIPS
  • COMBAR
  • ICC Young Arbitrators Forum
  • LCIA YIAG
  • The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
  • Young Fraud Lawyers Association
  • Young ICCA/ ICCA

Lectures and Teaching: 

  • Anglo Australasian Lawyers Society and the Britain Australia Society (28 September 2017), 'Brexit and Australia: Impact and Opportunity'
  • Young Maritime Professionals Lecture (20 July 2017), 'The future of commercial dispute resolution in London'
  • Clifford Chance and 20 Essex Street Public International Law Conference (21 June 2017), 'Treaties in the age of Brexit'
  • Bar European Group Conference, Chania (May 2017): 'Is the party over for commercial dispute resolution in London?' (Private international law panel)
  • BIICL Seminar on Investment Arbitration Strategy (November 2016): 'Security for costs: a useful procedural tool?
  • King’s College London Conference (30 September - 1 October 2016), 'Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters and New Challenges' 
  • Launch of Kluwer International Arbitration Journal's special Brexit edition at Wilmer Hale (October 2016): 'What does Brexit mean for the Brussels regime?' (with Sara Masters QC) 
  • London Solicitors Litigation Association, Autumn/Winter Lectures 2016/17 (September 2016): 'What does Brexit mean for the Brussels regime?' (with Sara Masters QC) 
  • London International Commercial Law Conference 2016 (COMBAR and Victorian Bar Association) (July 2016): 'State Courts and Arbitration
  • Bar European Group Conference, Taormina (May 2016): 'Civil jurisdiction and judgments post Brexit'
  • London Shipping Law Centre Maritime Business Forum (March 2016): 'Update on Damages for Breach/ Repudiation: The New Flamenco
  • ICCA Congress, Miami (April 2014): Panellist on Closing Panel and Rapporteur on Panel B2 ('Arbitral Institutions Can Do More To Further Legitimacy: True or False?')

 

Quotes: 

"Effusive sources call Belinda McRae 'one of the best of her generation' in the arbitration space, describing her as 'one to watch'. She is a 'very smart' barrister whose 'good commercial and public international law experience' have been recognised by a wide range of UK and international sources." Who's Who Legal 2018

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