Joshua is based in the London office and focuses on all aspects of international arbitration. He has experience across a variety of institutional rules and industry sectors including energy, construction, aviation and transport, and life sciences and pharmaceuticals. He has also spent time on secondment with an energy supermajor’s downstream legal team.

Joshua’s recent experience includes:

  • Acting for India’s largest airline in relation to a multimillion-dollar LCIA dispute between shareholders concerning alleged breaches of a shareholders’ agreement. The dispute was seated in New Delhi and governed by Indian law
  • Representing an energy supermajor in an LCIA arbitration arising from US$1.2 billion sale of upstream assets in Northern Europe
  • Acting for an energy supermajor in LCIA arbitration proceedings arising out of the sale of upstream assets in Africa
  • Acting for Middle Eastern and European satellite operators in an ICC arbitration with a telecommunications provider concerning a transponder rights agreement
  • Representing a major pharmaceutical company in an LCIA dispute relating to the interruption of supply of active pharmaceutical ingredients arising as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Acting for an award creditor in setting aside proceedings under section 67 of the Arbitration Act 1996

Joshua has been listed as a “key lawyer” by The Legal 500 for international arbitration.

Joshua has an LLB from the University of Bristol, including a year studying abroad at the University of Helsinki where Joshua won written advocacy awards as part of the Helsinki University Willem C. Vis Moot team.