Anish Wadia is an experienced Chartered Arbitrator, Accredited Mediator and Adjudicator with experience in common and civil law systems, laws of China and Hong Kong, other hybrid legal systems across the African continent, and an understanding of Islamic laws. An Accredited Sports Arbitrator (AIAC / Olympic Council of Malaysia), and a lawyer in India (Advocate), England & Wales (Solicitor Advocate), and Kazakhstan (AIFC Court). Anish is the first ever Indian qualified lawyer and the youngest ever individual in the world to be accredited as a Chartered Arbitrator in CIArb’s over 100 year history.
Formerly of the New South Wales Bar, now a lawyer in Perth, Australia with Clifford Chance, Angelina has extensive experience advising on a range of large and complex commercial and equity Court proceedings and arbitrations throughout Australia and Asia for a wide variety of ASX listed companies and high net worth families.
Riaan Booysen is a Fellow of the CIArb, Chairman of the South African Branch and has more than twenty years of legal and commercial experience specialising in alternative dispute resolution in financial, construction, engineering, infrastructure and project disputes. Focusing on restoring relationships, Riaan represented clients in mediation and facilitated amicable settlements in complex disputes involving infrastructure, financial, partnership, family, property, commercial, and petroleum disputes.
Timothy is an international arbitration barrister based in Singapore. He represents clients in arbitrations under the rules of the leading arbitral institutions with a focus on investment disputes across jurisdictions in Asia. Timothy is also frequently appointed as sole, presiding and emergency arbitrator. Timothy is the author of the leading Singapore arbitration book, International Arbitration in Singapore: Legislation and Materials (Sweet & Maxwell, 2018), which has been cited numerous times with approval by the Singapore Courts.
Natasha Shirazi is Legal Director at Orascom Construction, a global construction contractor operating across 25 jurisdictions. Prior to moving in-house, she was formerly a full-time arbitration practitioner in Cairo, before which she practiced at a leading law firm in Sydney, and worked at the United Nations Headquarters with the Office of the Legal Counsel in New York.
Ms. Riley has over 30 years of international legal experience from working with international law firms in New York and Tokyo, Japan, specializing in commercial transactions and ADR processes, both in private practice and as general counsel of a U.S.- based subsidiary of a Japanese multinational. Ms. Riley serves as a CPR Distinguished Neutral, and is on ICDR’s international panel, AAA’s commercial arbitration and mediation panels, and the mediator panel of a U.S. federal appellate court. Complementing her ADR practice, Ms. Riley teaches mediation and negotiation at Columbia University’s International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution.