Mr Ngotho has many years of experience in arbitration and dispute boards. He holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Dispute Resolution (University of London).
He is on numerous arbitrator panels including the CIArb President’s Panel, NCIA, KIAC, CADER, LCIA, ICDR and CIETAC. He has also worked as sole and wing arbitrator in addition to chairing 3- and 5-member arbitral tribunals and DBs. He is currently on the dispute board of a World Bank funded engineering project.
Mr Ngotho is the author of Contemporary Issues In Arbitration, Lectures in Arbitration, Treatise In International Arbitration and Essays In International Arbitration. He co-authored the chapter on Kenyan arbitration law and practice in the World Arbitration Reporter (Juris Publishing, 2nd Edition, 2018). According to the Chambers Global 2020 Ranking, he is “a very detailed person who is very passionate about anything that he does."
FCIArb, FAAK, FIQSK, FICPMK.
Married with six children and six grandchildren. A registered and practicing quantity surveyor, a certified arbitrator and adjudicator. Runs a consulting quantity surveying firm, Litiku Consultancy since 1981. A member of the National Construction Appeals Board. Past Vice Chair of the Architectural Association of Kenya. Past Vice Chairman and Chair of the Finance and Administration of the Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors (BORAQS).
Serving as a member of the Kitale Municipal Board, and Chair of its Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Planning Committee. Served as Dispute Board member on several civil engineering projects. Nationally, chaired the first Selection Panel for the National Police Service Commission (2011/2012). Internationally, have served as Secretary General of the Africa Association of Quantity Surveyors based in Midrand, Johannesburg, from 2011 to 2017. A fellow member of the following professional bodies: The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Architectural Association of Kenya, the Institute of Quantity Surveyors of Kenya, and the Institute of Construction Project Managers of Kenya
Partner, Fenwick Elliott LLP
Nicholas Gould is a partner in the specialist construction, engineering and energy lawyers Fenwick Elliott LLP, where he conducts a mix of international dispute resolution and non-contentious work. He is a solicitor-advocate, chartered surveyor, accredited adjudicator and CEDR lead mediator. He sits as arbitrator and on dispute boards. He acts for contractors, employers and governments in the building, construction, engineering, infrastructure, transport, energy, oil and gas, and process engineering sectors. Nicholas is a Visiting Professor at King’s College London and Vice President of the ICC’s Arbitration Commission. He is President Elect of the DRBF and past Chairman of the Society of Construction Law.
Head of the Africa & India Groups - Stephenson Harwood LLP
Bwalya Lumbwe holds a B.Eng. (Civil), M.Sc. (Construction), LLM-Construction Law and Arbitration with over 37 years of experience covering building, civil and mechanical construction in Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique and the Congo.He is a Registered Engineer, Fellow of the Engineering Institution of Zambia, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators-UK, the Chartered Institute of Building-UK, a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Association of Consulting Engineers-Zambia a Chartered Construction Manager, and a Corporate Panel Member of the Dispute Board Federation. He also sits on the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) National List of Dispute Adjudicators, Zambia.
He is an Adjudicator, Arbitrator, Dispute Adjudication Board Member listed under various international arbitration and adjudication institutions.
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