Public International Law
Henderson Chambers has an established public international law practice, representing and advising States, governments, non-governmental organizations, individuals and corporations on a range of issues.
Much of Chambers’ work focuses on questions relating to Brexit and the interaction between EU and public international law. Members of Chambers also act as counsel or adviser in disputes and situations across a range of areas of public international law including sovereignty and territorial disputes, law of the sea (including maritime boundaries and the continental shelf), investment protection, self-determination and statehood, State and diplomatic immunity, the law of treaties, international criminal law and the laws of war.
They have acted in cases before a variety of international courts and tribunals including the International Court of Justice.
Public International Law Barristers
Charles Gibson QC
Call: 1984 Silk: 2001
Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC
Call: 1969 Silk: 2010
Patrick Green QC
Call: 1990 Silk: 2012
Geraint Webb QC
Call: 1995 Silk: 2013
Henry Warwick QC
Call: 2007 (Solicitor: 2000) Silk: 2020
Adam Heppinstall QC
Call: 1999 Silk: 2021
William Moody (Second Six Pupil)