Scotland in another International Arbitration Guide
The Scottish Arbitration Centre has confirmed that Scotland has made it into another international arbitration publication.
Legal Publisher Chambers and Partners has released the first edition of the Chambers Practice Guide on International Arbitration, in collaboration with Paul Friedland from White and Case. The Chambers Guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world.
Claire Oxborrow, Series Editor at Chambers and Partners, said:
“The guide offers unparalleled insight into International Arbitration in a range of jurisdictions across the world, including expert advice from lawyers ranked by Chambers and Partners on dispute resolution globally. We very pleased to include the Scotland chapter in the Guide, which has been contributed by Andrew Mackenzie, Chief Executive of the Scottish Arbitration Centre, and Brandon Malone, Chairman of the Board of the Centre.”
Andrew Mackenzie said:
“The Scottish Arbitration Centre is delighted to be involved in another international arbitration guide. We have also ensured that Scotland is recognised as an international arbitration jurisdiction in a number of other well-known publications, with Brandon Malone providing those chapters.”