Faris Nasrallah is specialised in international arbitration having worked for leading US and international law firms in London and Dubai. His practice focuses on international arbitration in commercial, construction and energy matters with specialist knowledge of Middle Eastern laws. He has developed expertise in telecoms disputes, managing the disputes portfolio of a large telecommunications company, where he was also seconded. Faris has represented clients in complex and high-value international arbitration proceedings and has extensive advocacy experience. He has been selected by Oxford University Press to author a practitioner guide to the new DIAC Rules and is currently leading a research project at the Max Planck Institute on the relationship between theory and practice in international arbitration. Faris is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and was educated at SOAS and the University of Cambridge.