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Dan Sarooshi QC

London, UK UK Bar Guide 2022 Ranked in 2 departments

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Administrative & Public Law - London (Bar)

Band 4

Dan Sarooshi QC
Dan Sarooshi QC is impressively knowledgeable in public and constitutional law claims. He is particularly renowned for his work at the intersection with international law, including regular instructions for various governments and international organisations in a wide range of cases.
Strengths: "An intellectually talented and very nice barrister."
Recent work: Acted for the 'Maduro Board' of the Central Bank of Venezuela (CBV) in an expedited Supreme Court appeal concerning who the Bank of England (BOE) should take instructions from in relation to the $2 billion of gold held by the BOE for the CBV.
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Public International Law - London (Bar)

Band 3

Dan Sarooshi QC
Dan Sarooshi QC is a skilled advocate who has the academic knowledge and practical experience to make him a very popular choice in the PIL sphere. He has an excellent record of representing governments, international organisations and FTSE 100 companies in these matters. He is also a professor of public international law at Oxford University.
Strengths: "Dan is user-friendly, willing to engage and looks for opportunities to add value. He gets involved in strategy and developing cases. He brings a detailed knowledge of both international law issues and the practical applications of those issues in arbitrations. He is a good oral advocate."
Recent work: Represented the Attorney General of the Malaysian state of Sarawak in a claim against the Federal Government of Malaysia. The case concerned the International Law of the Sea and the scope of Sarawak's territorial sea, continental shelf and petroleum mining rights.
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