Andrew Battisson

Andrew Battisson

Andrew Battisson is an international arbitration lawyer who practices across the Asia-Pacific, India and Europe and is based in Sydney and Singapore. He is a qualified barrister and solicitor. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner and co-head of international arbitration (Singapore) at a magic circle firm in Singapore. He specializes in international commercial and investment treaty arbitration, and acts as counsel to a range of clients in arbitrations under all the major arbitral rules. Andrew also sits as arbitrator in disputes involving a wide variety of parties, laws and industry sectors. Andrew has particular experience of disputes in the energy/resources, finance/fintech, construction and infrastructure sectors as well as undertaking general commercial disputes. He is experienced in acting for and against States in investment treaty matters and related enforcement matters, and also advises clients on dispute resolution structuring in commercial contracts. Andrew has acted in disputes under both national laws and international law worldwide. Andrew is highly ranked across the major legal directories for international arbitration, including in Who's Who Legal Future Leaders: Arbitration (2020) and (2019) in which he was ranked in the Top 10 Most Highly Regarded Partners in the Asia Pacific, "Andrew Battisson of Norton Rose Fulbright is "someone I highly respect" says one interviewee. He has a "strong track record" and is "very good to work with" in an international arbitration context." He is an active member of the international arbitration community. He is an Australian delegate to the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and serves on the SIAC Users Council. Andrew formerly served on the ICC YAF (Young Arbitrator Forum) Regional Coordinating Committee, Asia Chapter and the Young SIAC Committee. He regularly speaks at arbitration conferences throughout the Asia Pacific.




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Institutional Responses to COVID-19 Pandemic: Cooperation, Collaboration and Going Virtual (09/04/20)
As the COVID-19 pandemic has shut businesses, locked down communities, and closed borders, the international arbitration community had to rapidly develop new ways of working. The international arbitration community has collaborated to find ways to maintain access to justice in a timely and efficient manner.