Freshfields’ public international law head to merge with Essex Court Chambers

July 5, 2021

Ben Juratowitch QC, the Paris-based head of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s public international law team, is set to join Essex Courts Chambers in London. Juratowitch joined Freshfields in 2008 and was promoted to partner in 2015.

He was called to the Bar in May and will begin full-time practise in November. His decision to join Essex Court demonstrates the set’s appeal to City solicitors looking to advance their advocacy careers without conflict – as well as develop their arbitrator-only work.

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Joe Smouha QC and Huw Davies QC, Joint Heads of Chambers at Essex Court, stated: “The work of members of the chambers, which complements and supports the vast range of international litigation involving chambers members, has always included international and public international legislation.

Ben is a renowned and renowned lawyer and scholar with a variety of fields in which his expertise stands out. The ability of Juratowitch to advocate is centered on three key areas litigation among states, investor-state disputes and commercial arbitration. He is marked and justified by his work for States, and in public international law (PIL).

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