Landmark Chambers is pleased to welcome international energy arbitration specialist Professor Peter Cameron as an associate member of Chambers.
Peter has over 30 years’ experience as an energy specialist, testifying as an expert in more than two dozen cases from London and Paris, to Singapore and Stockholm, and is currently serving as an arbitrator for ICSID, the global arbitral institution based in Washington D.C.
Peter is a member of the Advisory Panel for ICCA’s 2020 Conference in Edinburgh and co-Director of the International Centre for Energy Arbitration. He also sits on the Energy Charter Legal Sub-Committee. For several years he has worked closely with the Institute of Transnational Arbitration in organising their annual energy arbitration event in Houston which is attended by general counsels of the world’s leading energy companies, counsel and arbitration professionals.
Peter Cameron said, “I am very excited to be joining Landmark Chambers as an Associate. For a long time Landmark has enjoyed a stellar reputation for its energy-related infrastructure work. The set’s reputation within the sector, coupled with its growing International footprint provides the perfect platform for me to develop further my practice as an international Arbitrator. I am looking forward to working closely with Landmark’s members and to being supported by Chambers’ exceptional Practice Management Team.”
Commenting on the announcement, Paul Newhall, Landmark’s Chief Executive said, “We are delighted to have secured an International Arbitrator of Peter’s calibre. His arrival at Chambers is further evidence of our growing profile in the energy sector and testament to our focus on developing Chambers’ international practice.”