Clare Ambrose

Barrister at 20 Essex Street

Location:
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Company:
20 Essex Street
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Last Updated 11/23/2017

General Information

Education

first class LLM  - Cambridge

first class degree  - Jurisprudence , Oxford University

Affiliations

Full Member  - London Maritime Arbitrators Association

Fellow  - Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Member  - Chambers

Member  - Thomas Cooper LLP

Web References  

Institutional appointments: The end of arbitration's little black book? | Angela Bilbow | CDR Magazine

Clare Ambrose, a barrister and arbitrator at 20 Essex Street,who has had over 100 appointments to date, says that obtaining appointments is not rocket science but getting that first notice of appointment can be challenging.
If an arbitrator does receive an appointment, advice is a matter of common sense, says Ambrose, who advises that being user-friendly and responsive is the way forward.

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Clare Ambrose
Clare Ambrose | 20 Essex Street This site uses cookies. Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose is 'very able, gets into the detail of disputes and is very pleasant'. Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose practices as a barrister and arbitrator in commercial law with particular emphasis on international trade, embracing shipping, commodities, insurance, banking and related disciplines. She took a first in law from Oxford University and then a first in the LLM from Cambridge University, and was called to the bar in 1992. Since then she has practiced at 20 Essex Street. She has appeared before the High Court, Court of Appeal and arbitral tribunals including LMAA, LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL tribunals. In 2007 she was appointed a Deputy District Judge. In recent years Clare has acquired extensive experience as a commercial arbitrator, with more than 50 appointments in international arbitrations. Clare has frequently been appointed as a chairman and sole arbitrator as well as panel member. She has issued more than 30 awards, usually having drafted the award. Her appointments have been made under a variety of arbitral rules, including those of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and the London Maritime Arbitrators' Association (LMAA). She has also been appointed in numerous ad hoc arbitrations. Following school Clare spent a year at the Université François Rabelais in Tours, becoming fluent in French. She went on to obtain a first class degree in Jurisprudence at Oxford (Somerville College, scholar) and also a first class LLM at Cambridge (Queens' College, Foundation scholar) before being called to the Bar in 1992. Clare now frequently gives talks and seminars, mainly in the area of arbitration. "...the 'very effective' Clare Ambrose has 'an excellent tactical sense'" (Legal 500 2012, Commodities) "Clare Ambrose is 'very able, gets into the detail of disputes and is very pleasant'. (Legal 500 2011, Commodities)

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Clare Ambrose | 20 Essex Street

Clare Ambrose
Clare Ambrose | 20 Essex Street This site uses cookies. Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose Clare Ambrose practices as a barrister and arbitrator in commercial law with particular emphasis on international trade, embracing shipping, commodities, insurance, banking and related disciplines. She took a first in law from Oxford University and then a first in the LLM from Cambridge University, and was called to the bar in 1992. Since then she has practiced at 20 Essex Street. She has appeared before the High Court, Court of Appeal and arbitral tribunals including LMAA, LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL tribunals. In 2007 she was appointed a Deputy District Judge. In recent years Clare has acquired extensive experience as a commercial arbitrator, with more than 50 appointments in international arbitrations. Clare has frequently been appointed as a chairman and sole arbitrator as well as panel member. She has issued more than 30 awards, usually having drafted the award. Her appointments have been made under a variety of arbitral rules, including those of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and the London Maritime Arbitrators' Association (LMAA). She has also been appointed in numerous ad hoc arbitrations. Following school Clare spent a year at the Université François Rabelais in Tours, becoming fluent in French. She went on to obtain a first class degree in Jurisprudence at Oxford (Somerville College, scholar) and also a first class LLM at Cambridge (Queens' College, Foundation scholar) before being called to the Bar in 1992. Clare now frequently gives talks and seminars, mainly in the area of arbitration. "...the 'very effective' Clare Ambrose has 'an excellent tactical sense'" (Legal 500 2012, Commodities) "Clare Ambrose is 'very able, gets into the detail of disputes and is very pleasant'. (Legal 500 2011, Commodities)

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