For many clients, whether corporate entities or private individuals, the prospect of airing their disputes in public can have many disadvantages. The efficiency and confidentiality of arbitration is often a more attractive solution. Many members of Chambers are regularly involved in preparing and presenting cases before arbitral tribunals, or sitting as arbitrators themselves. Members of chambers are therefore familiar with procedures and hearings conducted in accordance with the rules of a variety of arbitral bodies (e.g. LCIA, UNCITRAL, LME) and frequently appear in arbitrations seated both in London and in jurisdictions abroad, such as the DIFC.