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Alexandra Scott


Level 15 Burj Daman
Dubai International Financial Centre
PO Box 506873
United Arab Emirates
Languages English

Alexandra is an Associate in the ICE Disputes team.

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2014 – LL.B, University of Law, London

2011 – BA Hons History & Politics, Newcastle University, Newcastle

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The DI­AC Rules 2022
In­tro­duc­tion Fol­low­ing the con­sol­id­a­tion of the Dubai In­ter­na­tion­al Ar­bit­ra­tion Centre (“DI­AC”) as the sole ar­bit­ra­tion centre in Dubai (as re­por­ted here), a new set of ar­bit­ral rules was pub­lished...
In­ter­na­tion­al ar­bit­ra­tion law and rules in the King­dom of Saudi Ar­a­bia...
Parties are free to choose the lan­guage and the sub­stant­ive law of the dis­pute in ar­bit­ra­tion. This is an at­tract­ive fea­ture of the in­ter­na­tion­al ar­bit­ra­tion re­gime in KSA and should of­fer com­fort to...
DI­AC takes it all: the in­teg­ra­tion of Dubai’s ar­bit­ra­tion in­sti­tu­tions
In­tro­duc­tion On 14 Septem­ber 2021 De­cree No. 34 of 2021 (the “De­cree”) was is­sued in Dubai in re­spect of the Dubai In­ter­na­tion­al Ar­bit­ra­tion Centre (“DI­AC”); com­ing in­to force on 20 Septem­ber...
Law and reg­u­la­tion of con­sequen­tial dam­ages clauses in the en­ergy sec­tor...
1. Do the words “con­sequen­tial loss” have a giv­en mean­ing in law? The term is not defined un­der UAE law and is not treated con­sist­ently as a leg­al concept. In this re­gard, UAE law dis­tin­guishes...
Pro­tocol for On­line Case Man­age­ment in In­ter­na­tion­al Ar­bit­ra­tion
As ar­bit­ra­tions are be­com­ing in­creas­ingly glob­al­ised, with par­ti­cipants loc­ated across vari­ous jur­is­dic­tions, parties are con­stantly look­ing for ef­fi­cient ways to com­mu­nic­ate and share doc­u­ments and in­form­a­tion...
Coronavir­us and Force Ma­jeure
The World Health Or­gan­isa­tion Dir­ect­or Gen­er­al’s re­cent de­clar­a­tion that the glob­al out­break of the coronavir­us is a “pub­lic health emer­gency of in­ter­na­tion­al con­cern” is, of course, dom­in­at­ing...