Arran Dowling-Hussey is an experienced arbitrator (and counsel) for both domestic and international arbitration disputes. He is a tenant at London Barristers chambers 4-5 Gray's Inn Square and is also based in the Law Library, Dublin. His first appointment as an arbitrator was in 2007 and he has wide experience of a range of disputes as a sole arbitrator, co-arbitrator and the chairman of the arbitral tribunal.
He is a member of a number of British, Irish and international arbitration panels or lists including the Panel of Arbitrators of the Law Society of England and Wales and the Dubai International Arbitration Centre. As arbitrator he has been listed in Global Arbitration Review's Arbitrator Research Tool. Arran Dowling-Hussey is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Board of Trustees (2017-2024) and was formally a member of the CIArb's Board of Management (2013-2015).
He frequently writes and speaks on international arbitration at the end of 2020 he was a speaker at Dubai Arbitration Week and more recently he spoke at the 9th International Society of Construction Law conference in November, 2021. Arran Dowling-Hussey is a former consultant to the Council of Europe providing training in arbitration in Armenia. He has also lectured on this topic in Pakistan aside from very considerable lecturing and training in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
His UK lecturing experience includes a part time teaching role on Robert Gordon University's LL.M in Construction Law and Arbitration. This degree is recognised as one of the top construction masters degrees in the world. Arran Dowling-Hussey is a regular contributor to legal journals including but not limited to the MENA Business Law Review. Arbitration Law (2008, 2014 and 2018) a textbook he co-authored has been cited and approved by the Superior Courts of the Republic of Ireland. He is a regular visitor to the GCC region where he has often spoken for the DIFC Academy.