David Levin QC is a member of the Victorian Bar, having obtained his university degree at Cambridge and practised as a barrister there until 1977. He has been a barrister for more than 35 years and a QC for more than a decade.
- Chapter Review: Compulsory Consolidation in Arbitral Proceedings: An Infringement on Party Autonomy?
- Gas dispute to be aired in arbitration
- Where do directors’ duties lie once insolvency looms?
- Is a party required to accept non-contractual performance during a force majeure event?
- Separability and arbitral tribunals being ‘open business’??