Jeremy Winter is an independent arbitrator, adjudicator and dispute review board member.
He recently left the London office of his international law firm, having completed thirty-five years of practice there. During his law firm career, his practice was heavily focussed on the resolution of disputes on construction and engineering projects around the world. Predominantly, this was by means of international arbitration, but also by litigation, adjudication, DRBs and other forms of dispute resolution process. He is familiar with the major forms of engineering and construction contract, particularly FIDIC, the ICE/NEC forms, and the IChemE forms. He is also experienced with the rules and procedures of the major arbitration institutions, particularly the LCIA, ICC and Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
He was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1979. This was followed by admissions in the Supreme Courts of the states of New South Wales and Victoria in Australia. He was one of the first solicitors to be admitted as a Solicitor Advocate in the higher civil courts of England and Wales. He is also a registered practitioner of the Dubai International Financial Centre Court in the UAE.
He graduated with an LLB in law from the University of Warwick in 1975.
He was made a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in 2014. He is also a Companion of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineers, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors, a Fellow of the Geological Society, a member of the Society of Construction Law and a member of the Technology and Construction Solicitors Association. He has sat on committees of a number of these institutions.