36 Stone are delighted to announce the arrival of Moeiz Farhan as their newest member of chambers.
Moeiz read Law at Oriel College Oxford and then took an LL.M. at Robinson College Cambridge. After coming down from Cambridge, Moeiz worked as a Research Assistant with the Law Commission of England and Wales, from where he moved onto pupillage at Atkin Chambers. Moeiz then moved to the employed Bar, first with King & Spalding, and then with Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher, both firms especially active in international arbitration, one of the main areas in which he works. Moeiz’s CV shows him to be already a published author in the area of international arbitration, with his qualities recognised with scholarships and a very creditable mooting record. He also has significant general High Court commercial litigation experience.
“Moeiz is a first rate lawyer and has made a superb contribution to our Disputes Resolution Practice during his time at Gibson Dunn. We wish him all the very best in his new exciting venture and look forward to continuing to work with him in his new role at 36 Stone.”
Penny Madden QC, Co-Chair of Arbitration Group, Gibson Dunn
“I speak on behalf of the whole Team at 36 Stone when I say we are delighted that Moiez is joining us as Member. The above summary of his career to date is a tribute to his excellent pedigrees in international arbitration. His experience in this field chimes perfectly with the long track record of 36 Stone in this practice area, one that we intend to continue strengthening and enhancing, whether as Counsel or as Arbitrators. A warm welcome!”
Charles Debattista, Head of 36 Stone
When considering a chambers move with my team, I met with all the major players in the industry. Guy and Tony were our clear preferred choice.
They were authentic in their approach, challenged us when they felt it necessary and ultimately delivered a seamless service. Most importantly they showed complete discretion, which was for us the most important criteria.
Their reputation for being leaders in their field is well deserved and I would not hesitate to recommend them to others.