Described as “ridiculously bright and very down-to-earth”, Calum is an energetic and enthusiastic lawyer, commanding a broad commercial practice with particular specialisms in construction, engineering, shipbuilding, procurement and energy disputes, together with related insurance, bonds and professional negligence matters. Calum has extensive experience in the Middle East and Korea, particularly in the UAE where his work includes appearing in the DIFC Court, before which he holds full rights of audience. He is familiar with acting under various different rules (including the ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, DIAC and LMAA).
MA History (Double First Class), St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge University (2000); M.Phil. Historical Studies, St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge University (2001); Diploma in Law/CPE (Distinction), City University (2003); Bar Vocational Course (Outstanding), Inns of Court School of Law (2004); Pupillage, Keating Chambers (2004); Keating Chambers (2005); TECBAR committee (2009-); TECBAR accredited Adjudicator (2011); TECBAR accredited Mediator (2011).
SCL; TECBAR; COMBAR; Procurement Lawyers Association.
Contributor, Keating on Construction Contracts 8th, 9th & 10th Edition; Consultant Editor, Construction Law Reports; Joint author of three RICS Case in Point Series publications: Construction Claims, Contract Administration and Building Defects.