Maanas Jain is an English qualified barrister.  He has advised, represented and conducted advocacy in complex, high-value commercial and investment treaty arbitrations in a broad range of sectors, including renewables, oil and gas, infrastructure and finance, and under all major arbitral rules.

His recent experience includes: representing several infrastructure funds in an ICSID arbitration against Spain arising from State measures adversely affecting renewable investments; acting for a global financial institution in an LCIA arbitration arising from the allocation of acquirer revenue to a joint venture in the Middle East; representing an oil major in an UNCITRAL treaty arbitration with a Southeast Asian State concerning adverse tax measures; and successfully representing a large Korean manufacturer in a multi-million dollar ICC arbitration arising under a long-term distribution agreement.

Maanas is a visiting lecturer at Middlesex University.  He speaks regularly on arbitration and has been published in the European International Arbitration Review and Practical Law.

Maanas was previously in independent practice at one of the leading sets of Chambers in London.  He was educated at Oxford University and City Law School.