CIDRA Welcomes Two New CIDRA Panelists
CIDRA is pleased to welcome two new CIDRA panelists: Hew R. Dundas and Michael Tselentis.
||Mr. Dundas is a Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb), CEDR-Accredited Mediator and Expert Determiner in practice full-time as a Sole Practitioner in Dispute Resolution. Mr. Dundas has over thirty years of experience in the oil and gas industry including being Head of Legal for Cairn Energy and being a full-time International Arbitrator, Mediator, and Expert Determiner in Oil & Gas, Energy and other commercial disputes. He is a member of numerous arbitral associations worldwide (including being a FINRA arbitrator), and served as President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators for 2007. Mr Dundas is also a WSET-qualified Wine Trade Professional; in his younger days, he was also renowned for his success as a Motorsports Consultant, in which he developed his principal hobby into an internationally respected racing business.
Hew R. Dundas (left) with the President of the Supreme Court of Ecuador
|Mr. Tselentis practices as a Barrister and Arbitrator at the English Bar as a specialist in international commercial litigation and arbitration. He was appointed Queens’ Counsel in the UK in 2003. He is also a Chartered Arbitrator (UK), a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), and a Bencher of Gray’s Inn. He was appointed Senior Counsel in South Africa in 1989, and an Acting Judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa in 1992. He is a graduate of the Universities of Cape Town (BA, LLB) and Oxford (BCL) which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar. More information on our arbitrators is available here.|
|Michael Tselentis|| |
|CIDRA’s new intern is Kevin Walsh. Kevin is a second-year law student at DePaul University College of Law and his focus of study is international commercial law. Kevin has been selected for the International Arbitration Team that will travel to Vienna, Austria for the Vis Competition this Spring. His interest in international law stems from his experiences abroad in both Europe and the Middle East. Kevin studied Arabic in Egypt, and worked there as an editor for an
international business magazine before returning to the United States to study law. His goal is to use his travel experience and language skills as a spring-board for a career in international law, specifically in the areas of arbitration or transnational business.
This goal is a long way from Boulder, Colorado, where he grew up and went to college at the University of Colorado. In college, Kevin earned honor’s recognition for his research and writing in the field of psychology, and published an article in conjunction with one of his physics Professors. Kevin is excited to bring his interests and experiences to CIDRA and looks forward to meeting all of CIDRA’s distinguished members...|