Tómas Kennedy-Grant, Q.C., a graduate of Oxford, is an experienced arbitrator, mediator and adjudicator. Qualified to practise in England and New Zealand, he has been in practice for 44 years, 10 of them (1992-2002) as a Master of the High Court of New Zealand. Since February 2002 he has practised full-time as an arbitrator, mediator and adjudicator. He became Queen’s Counsel in 2005.
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