Chambers welcomes new door tenant Arran Dowling-Hussey

Author: Reporter
In: News Published: Wednesday 07 June 2017


33 Bedford Row Chambers is delighted to announce that Arran Dowling-Hussey has joined chambers as a door tenant.

Arran will be a practising door tenant at 33 Bedford Row Chambers, working as both a barrister and arbitrator. He will continue to be based at the Law Library, Dublin. Arran has been called in Dublin, Belfast and London, and is registered in the Falklands Islands.

Arran's practice includes advocacy, drafting statements of case, contractual documents and advising on commercial, chancery, construction, ADR and international matters.

From 2017 to 2020 Arran will serve as a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Board of Trustees. He formally served as a member of their Board of Management from 2013-2015. Arran recently became the coordinator for the Society of Construction Law in Dublin.

Arran is currently instructed, as arbitrator, in the ongoing DIFC-LCIA matter, and in Dublin, Arran is presently sitting in a number of insurance arbitrations.

Arran is a co-author of Arbitration Law, available here.