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Tim Robbins is an independent arbitrator with over a decade of experience in international commercial disputes. He has acted as arbitrator, tribunal secretary or counsel in over 40 international arbitrations, as well as over 200 arbitrations as a case administer at the ICC International Court of Arbitration. Tim brings with him a wide breadth of experience, knowledge and perspective from his work with tribunals, in private practice and at arbitral institutions. 


Based in Hong Kong, Tim sits as an arbitrator and tribunal secretary in matters seated across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America. He has worked on matters under the rules of many of the leading commercial arbitral institutions, including the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA, KCAB, JCAA and ICDR. Prior to working independently, Tim was Chambers Director and Managing Counsel at Arbitration Chambers, where he worked on significant international arbitrations with several of the world’s leading arbitrators.

 
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Employment History

 

2021 - Present

INDEPENDENT ARBITRATOR

Robbins Arbitration

2017 - 2021

CHAMBERS DIRECTOR & MANAGING COUNSEL

Arbitration Chambers
Hong Kong, London & New York

2013 - 2017

ASSOCIATE

Norton Rose Fulbright
Singapore

2011 - 2013

 DEPUTY COUNSEL

Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration 
Hong Kong

2007 - 2011

ASSOCIATE & TRAINEE SOLICITOR

Torys LLP 
Toronto & New York

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & QUALIFICATIONS

SIAC Award Writing Program

2018

ICC Institute Program for Tribunal Secretaries

2017

J.D., Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada

2008

Certificate in International Business Law, Queen’s University International Study Centre

2006

B.A. Fine Arts, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

2004

 

Admitted

New York, USA

2009

Ontario, Canada

2009

 

Languages

English

Native

French

Fluent

 

Nationality

Canadian

Australian