Nick Henchie and Louise Woods Named to Inaugural Legal 500 (Legalease, Ltd.) International Arbitration Powerlist: United Kingdom
& Elkins London partners Nick Henchie and Louise Woods have been named to the
inaugural edition of Legal 500’s International Arbitration
Powerlist: United Kingdom.
and Woods, based in V&E’s London office, are among a select group of leading
practitioners in the UK honored by Legal 500 for their “outstanding …
knowledge of, particular jurisdictions,” according to Legal 500
publishing director, David Burgess.
congratulations to everyone who is recognized in this publication – London is
still recognized as the preferred seat of arbitration globally, and the
individuals in here represent the finest that London has to offer,” Burgess
who Legal 500 notes “has acted on some of the most complex and
high-profile construction-related disputes of recent years,” leads V&E’s highly rated International Construction group. He has a wide
range of experience focusing on international arbitration and dispute
resolution of major construction and engineering disputes all over the world, particularly in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
is likewise recognized by Legal 500 for her role in several “high value,
complex commercial and investor state arbitrations” and work with clients and
counsel “from a wide range of geographies, cultures and industry sectors.” As a core member of the firm’s international dispute resolution practice group, Woods
focuses her practice on international commercial arbitration and investor-state
disputes. A significant proportion of her more recent experience has had Africa
or Latin America connections. Woods
is currently serving a second term on the board of ArbitralWomen, a non-profit
organization for the promotion of women and diversity in international