London Arbitration & International Lawyer Hussein Haeri Joins The IAA Network
The IAA Network is pleased to announce its latest member, the London arbitration and international lawyer Hussein Haeri, who the GAR 100 (2014) describes as “A rising star in the fields of investment arbitration and public international law.”
Mr. Haeri adds London arbitration capacity to the legal network’s ability to provide the highest quality international arbitration legal services in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas.
The IAA Network is the leading international arbitration legal network of independent arbitration practices and practitioners, with members based in Paris, Istanbul, New York, Singapore, Los Angeles, Avignon, Istanbul, Pretoria, South Africa, and now London.
The IAA Network will also be expanding to Geneva, Switzerland, on 20 October 2014.
Like most of the IAA Network’s members, who had years of experience at the world’s leading international corporate firms prior to establishing independent practices, Mr. Haeri, who is an international lawyer with Signature Litigation in London, served as Counsel at Eversheds in Paris, after spending a number of years in the arbitration practice group of Latham & Watkins in London and in New York.
He is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. His clients include States, corporate clients and private individuals, and he serves as an international lawyer for investment treaty arbitrations, State-to-State disputes and international commercial arbitrations before the LCIA, ICC and other institutions.
Described as a brilliant lawyer by his peers, he studied at the London School of Economics, obtaining the prize for the best overall performance for an LL.M. across the law schools of the University of London, and he has taught international arbitration and public international law classes at Kings College London and University College London, as well as at Sciences Po and the University of Versailles.
The IAA Network’s members are currently involved in a variety of investor-State and commercial arbitrations, as well as pure public international law matters, while also serving as international arbitrators.
The goal of the IAA Network is to provide the leading alternative to large international corporate firms for international arbitration legal representation, with equivalent or better legal services thanks to a higher proportion of work being performed by experienced arbitration lawyers, as well as reasonable legal fees thanks to the legal network’s highly cost-efficient structure.