Matthew Page

Profession

Of Counsel, Winston & Strawn

Biography

Matthew Page is a London-based of counsel in Winston & Strawn's international arbitration and litigation group. He has experience of advising on disputes relating to a number of different jurisdictions and industry sectors, including energy, oil and gas, natural resources, telecommunications, construction and shareholder disputes, as well as investor-state disputes. He has extensive experience in arbitrations, including under the auspices of the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, DIAC and ad hoc under the UNCITRAL Rules. A number of his arbitrations have involved state parties. His experience also includes cases before the English High Court.

Matthew is a solicitor-advocate and conducts his own advocacy at arbitration hearings. He has also advised multinational companies on a range of public and private international law issues, including those related to treaties and to the protection of foreign investments, and on the applicability of international sanctions laws. He regularly authors articles on international arbitration for arbitration journals and speaks at arbitration conferences. He also recently co-authored a book chapter on arbitration in 'England and Wales' for The International Arbitration Review.

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Education

Downing College, Cambridge: MA
Nottingham Law School: LPC

Qualification

Solicitor-Advocate