Malcolm is a senior associate in the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group. He advises international clients on claims and disputes arising on major engineering and infrastructure projects.
Malcolm is a construction lawyer who acts for public and private owners and international contractors in disputes arising on major engineering and infrastructure projects.
Malcolm’s practice area focusses solely on contentious matters and disputes in arbitration. He has extensive experience working with clients in developing claims for presentation before international arbitral tribunals.
Malcolm’s experience goes as far back as his penultimate year of university, where he worked in-house at a major Australian engineering company assisting in the preparation of claims on the Pluto LNG Project. Since joining the firm, he has completed an 18-month secondment in Dubai, focussing solely on international arbitration, and more recently, a nine-month secondment in Sydney, working in-house with a major international client assisting in the preparation of claims on the Ichthys LNG Project. Both secondments were extended beyond their original term at the request of the client.
Malcolm has a particular expertise in claims arising on major mining, oil and gas, and infrastructure (airports) projects.