About Andrew Mackenzie

Andrew Mackenzie has been chief executive of the Scottish Arbitration Centre since its establishment in 2011. A solicitor on secondment to the Centre from the Scottish government, Andrew previously worked as a legal adviser. He was also secretary to Lord Cullen’s Review of Fatal Accident Inquiry Legislation before becoming Head of Courts and Legal Services Reform in the Scottish Government. Andrew is a council member of the IBA Section on Public and Professional Interest, an officer of the IBA Access to Justice and Legal Aid Committee Advisory Board and European liaison officer for the IBA Public Law Committee. An associate member of CIArb, he is also a council member of The Alliance for Equality in Dispute Resolution and an alternate member of the ICC UK Arbitration and ADR Committee.


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