Brandon Malone has joined a leading set of international commercial disputes barristers in London, Quadrant Chambers as an associate member of Chambers.
Brandon will continue to deal with domestic Scottish litigation and dispute resolution through Brandon Malone & Company. Brandon’s appointments as counsel or arbitrator in international arbitration will now be dealt with through Quadrant Chambers.
Wed, 30 May, 2018
Quadrant Chambers is pleased to welcome international arbitration specialist Brandon Malone as an associate member of Chambers. Brandon has over 25 years’ experience in commercial dispute resolution as arbitrator and counsel, specialising in construction, engineering, infrastructure, and energy, including oil and gas renewables, and international trade law.
“I am absolutely delighted to be joining Quadrant Chambers as an Associate. Quadrant has a formidable reputation in the commercial sphere, and it is a set that I have long admired. I am very much looking forward to working with Quadrant and enjoying the support of its excellent clerks in my international arbitration practice.” Brandon Malone
“We are very pleased to welcome Brandon Malone to Quadrant Chambers. His reputation in international arbitration as counsel and arbitrator is outstanding and his areas of specialism, particularly his work within the energy field compliments the strengths at Quadrant Chambers.” Luke Parsons QC, Head of Quadrant Chambers
Brandon was the architect of the Scottish Arbitration Centre and has served as its Chairman since its inception in 2011. He is a Co-Director of the International Centre for Energy Arbitration.
Brandon chairs the ICCA/NYC Bar/CPR Working Group on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration, and is the Congress Chair for the XXVth ICCA Congress to be held in Edinburgh in May 2020.
Quadrant Chambers holds a pre-eminent position as a leading international commercial disputes set with a strong sector driven approach. We are market leaders with a reputation for excellence in our areas of focus: aviation and travel, banking and financial services, commercial disputes, commodities and international trade, energy and natural resources, insurance and reinsurance, international commercial arbitration and shipping.