advises international clients on matters relating to construction law, where he acts as general counsel servicing a range of clients on large, complex mandates. He also advises clients in relation to drafting commercial contracts, as well as in dispute resolution. He has a master's degree in law from University College London, plus a degree in negotiation and dispute resolution from Harvard and a master's in dispute resolution from Pepperdine University in California. He has been an associated partner at Bruun & Hjejle since 2019.
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