The Arbitration Chambers is pleased to announce that we will be moving to our new premises at #03-18 Maxwell Chambers Suites.
Once an "urban kampung", what was the Old Traffic Police HQ used to house families of the traffic police who worked there. Post-restoration efforts, the building now homes institutions, chambers and practices for dispute resolution. Read more about the building, the restoration process, and its history in the Straits Times article linked.
[Credits: Straits Times, Maxwell Chambers Suites]
Ms. Christine Artero from The Arbitration Chambers was invited to speak at the Paris Arbitration Week, with Pinsent Masons, on the subject of "The Rise of Procedural Paranoia in International Arbitration – and How to Address It".
Our residents Professor Lawrence Boo and Ms. Christine Artero spoke at the SIArb event on developments in arbitration in Singapore on 12 February 2019.
The Arbitration Chambers is pleased to announce the appointment of their newest resident, Ms. Christine Artero, who will practise as a full-time professional arbitrator here as of 15 October 2018.
SIAC announces the appointment of a new Board of Directors and Court of Arbitration with effect from 1 April 2017. Two of The Arbitration Chambers' residents, Professor Lawrence Boo and Mr. Alan Thambiayah, have been appointed as members. [Credits: SIAC]
The Arbitration Chambers is pleased to announce the appointment of their newest resident, Mr. Andrew G Moran QC, who will practise as a full-time professional arbitrator here as of 1 February 2016.