Sir David Williams QC, former jurist and New Zealand’s leading arbitrator retains one of
the busiest arbitration practices in New Zealand, ruling on some of the most complex and high value arbitrations in the world where he has been involved either as counsel or arbitrator in over 130 international arbitrations.
His work involving oil and gas, joint ventures, reinsurance, construction and other disputes places him at the forefront of international arbitration work.
He also teaches international arbitration at Auckland University Law School where he is an honorary professor and sits on a variety of international arbitration panels, as well as acting as a visiting speaker.Together with Amokura Kawharu, he is co-author of Williams and Kawharu on Arbitration (LexisNexis, 2011).
He was knighted in the 2017 honours list.