2015 Mediator Rankings: four Brick Court Mediators in Global Top 10

07/09/15, Barrister News, Chambers News

Who’s Who Legal Mediation 2015 ranking lists 294 mediation practitioners from across 45 jurisdictions.

Who’s Who recognises the world’s leading commercial mediators encompassing sole practitioners, barristers, boutique firms, former judges and non-lawyers and, from those, it selects the 10 most highly regarded commercial mediators in the world.

For the third consecutive year running Brick Court has four mediators in the global top 10 ranking and five BC mediators are mentioned in dispatches.

Several members of the UK Bar are recommended for their expertise in mediation, and Brick Court Chambers is home to some of the world’s most respected individuals.

Tony Willis emerges as the most highly regarded individual in our international research, and is described by peers as “unparalleled when it comes to complex regulatory and business disputes”. With over 25 years’ experience in international litigation, he is “incredibly well placed to manage the most high-profile and valuable disputes”; he is also recognised as a “true innovator” in the design of dispute resolution processes.

He is joined by the “distinguished” William Wood QC, who inspires “calmness and precision in even the most contentious and tense disputes”.

Stephen Ruttle QC comes highly recommended for his “superb handling” of disputes across a broad range of industries.

Geoff Sharp, a door tenant at Brick Court with his own practice in New Zealand, is once again included among our top 10 mediators and is regularly “in high demand for his practice covering the Asia-Pacific region”.

At Core Solutions Group in Edinburgh, John Sturrock QC has an “immaculate reputation” in the field and, is also a door tenant at Brick Court.

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