Richard Denyer Lord, QC
Barrister
Barrister (since 1985) and Queen’s counsel (2002) in Brick Court chambers, also sitting as arbitrator and mediator. I have undertaken dozens if not hundreds of arbitrations (as counsel) in London in relation to dry shipping and international trade, including cargo claims, bill of lading disputes, charter disputes, shipbuilding disputes, commodity disputes. I have been appointed arbitrator in several references. In addition I have appeared as counsel in High Court, Court of Appeal, and House of Lords in shipping and marine insurance cases.

Extensive practical and academic knowledge through career, both of shipping law and practice and arbitration law and practice. Extensive practical and academic knowledge through career, both of shipping law and practice and arbitration law and practice. Numerous reported cases as advocate in English Courts. Numerous arbitrations undertaken as counsel including LMAA/LCIA. Sat as arbitrator and mediator. Reported court cases include The Athena (CA, 2013, CA), Othon Ghalanos (House of Lords 2008 ), The Wadi Sudr (CA 2009) Geofizika (CA 2010) Kapitan Petkov Voivoda ( Comm Ct and CA 2003), Happy Ranger (Comm Ct and CA 2002-2006). I have lectured/delivered seminars and written extensively on shipping law and arbitration. I also have an interest in the factual and practical issues involved in shipping disputes.

Publications:
The Arbitration Act 1996 (1996) – a guide to the Arbitration Act

Bills of Lading (2006) – Informa – second edition expected 2015Back
CONTACT
Phone: +44-207-3793550

E-mail: richard.lord@brickcourt.co.uk

Country of Residence: England

Nationality: British
MAIN PRACTICE AREAS
  • CHARTERPARTIES
  • COMMODITIES COAL
  • COMMODITIES GRAIN
  • SHIP BUILD & REPAIR
  • PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
    Supporting Member LMAA

    Member British Maritime Law Association

    Member British Insurance Law Association
    ADMISSIONS
  • ENGLAND AND WALES
  • EDUCATION
    M.A (law) Sidney Sussex College Cambridge (1980)

    Barrister, Inner Temple (called 1981)