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Theo Hall

Theo Hall is a senior associate in the firm's London office. He is a member of the Energy, Infrastructure, and Resources and International Arbitration practices. Theo focuses on international arbitration in the energy and construction industries. He has particular experience in oil and gas and offshore construction. He also has experience in construction, maritime, and insurance disputes. Theo has a good understanding of public international law and particularly international investment disputes. He has worked on arbitrations under ICC, LCIA, DIAC and LMAA rules, as well as ad hoc under the English Arbitration Act 1996. 

Prior to joining the firm, Theo served as an associate at an international law firm focusing on energy and maritime law. He acted on behalf of rig-owners, shipowners, charterers, and insurers on a wide range of matters. Before qualifying as a solicitor, Theo also worked for several years in a large international Lloyd's insurance broker, focusing on placing complex marine and offshore insurance risks and associated political risks. Whilst working in the Lloyd's insurance market, Theo obtained his ACII qualification (the Advanced Diploma in Insurance).

  • Recognised by The Legal 500 United Kingdom as a Recommended Lawyer for International arbitration in London, 2024
  • ACII (Advanced Diploma in Insurance)
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