Elected to the Bar: 2021

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Nathan Landis

Nathan Landis is an experienced and versatile dispute resolution lawyer who has appeared in a broad range of matters in a number of different jurisdictions; his practice focuses on dispute resolution in the energy and resources sector.

Nathan has extensive experience representing clients in the resources industries, and in particular in joint venture disputes, contractual issues and regulatory investigations.  During his career, he has appeared as counsel in a range of courts and tribunals within Australia and in the Middle East.  He has experience conducting domestic and international arbitrations under ad hoc and a wide range of institutional arrangements.

Prior to joining the independent Bar, Nathan worked as an associate to a Federal Court Judge and has worked at top tier, global and Magic Circle firms both in Australia and in the Middle East.

Nathan joined the independent Bar in October 2013 and practised in the resources sector until joining a litigation funder, IMF Bentham (now Omni Bridgeway).  As a senior investment manager, Nathan managed a global portfolio of claims spanning investment treaty disputes, international commercial arbitration and litigation.  Nathan re-joined the independent Bar in September 2021.

Nathan currently serves as a legal officer in the Army Reserve.  In a military career spanning over 25 years, he has appeared in military discipline proceedings and provided advice on a range of operational, administrative and military discipline matters.

He was admitted in 2003 in Queensland, New South Wales and the High Court of Australia, Western Australia (2004) and the Dubai International Financial Centre Court (2008).  Nathan holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from Queensland University of Technology, a Graduate Diploma of Military Law with Merit and a Master of Laws with Commendation from the Australian National University.  He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and National Councillor of the Australian Branch.  He is a member of the Energy & Resources Law Association, the Construction and Infrastructure Law Committee and Courts Committee of the Law Society of Western Australia.  He is a Graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course.  He has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a recommended commercial litigation barrister in Perth, the Chambers 2021 Guide for Litigation Funding in the Middle East and Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Third Party Funding in 2020 and 2021.

Qualifications

BA, LLB, Grad Dip LP, Grad Dip Mil Law (Merit), LLM (Commendation), Dip ICArb

Date of admission: 2003 (NSW); 2004 (WA)

Nathan Landis

Nathan Landis is an experienced and versatile dispute resolution lawyer who has appeared in a broad range of matters in a number of different jurisdictions; his practice focuses on dispute resolution in the energy and resources sector.

Nathan has extensive experience representing clients in the resources industries, and in particular in joint venture disputes, contractual issues and regulatory investigations.  During his career, he has appeared as counsel in a range of courts and tribunals within Australia and in the Middle East.  He has experience conducting domestic and international arbitrations under ad hoc and a wide range of institutional arrangements.

Prior to joining the independent Bar, Nathan worked as an associate to a Federal Court Judge and has worked at top tier, global and Magic Circle firms both in Australia and in the Middle East.

Nathan joined the independent Bar in October 2013 and practised in the resources sector until joining a litigation funder, IMF Bentham (now Omni Bridgeway).  As a senior investment manager, Nathan managed a global portfolio of claims spanning investment treaty disputes, international commercial arbitration and litigation.  Nathan re-joined the independent Bar in September 2021.

Nathan currently serves as a legal officer in the Army Reserve.  In a military career spanning over 25 years, he has appeared in military discipline proceedings and provided advice on a range of operational, administrative and military discipline matters.

He was admitted in 2003 in Queensland, New South Wales and the High Court of Australia, Western Australia (2004) and the Dubai International Financial Centre Court (2008).  Nathan holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from Queensland University of Technology, a Graduate Diploma of Military Law with Merit and a Master of Laws with Commendation from the Australian National University.  He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and National Councillor of the Australian Branch.  He is a member of the Energy & Resources Law Association, the Construction and Infrastructure Law Committee and Courts Committee of the Law Society of Western Australia.  He is a Graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course.  He has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a recommended commercial litigation barrister in Perth, the Chambers 2021 Guide for Litigation Funding in the Middle East and Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Third Party Funding in 2020 and 2021.

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