Joseph Dyke

Senior Associate

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Joseph Dyke
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Joseph Dyke has been an Associate since he was Called to the English Bar (Lincoln’s Inn) in 2014. Joseph has assisted on a number of international commercial arbitrations under the auspices of several leading arbitration institutions, including LCIA/ICC/SIAC, and ad hoc arbitrations under UNCITRAL Rules, as well as with court proceedings related to challenges against and enforcement of arbitral awards. In addition, Joseph has assisted with a range of Public International Law matters, including before the International Court of Justice on The Jadhav Case (India v Pakistan). Joseph also has experience of regulatory matters in several different jurisdictions, and is available to assist parties (in appropriate circumstances) through the QICDRC Pro Bono Service.


His areas of expertise are:

  • International Arbitration
  • Commercial Litigation


  • BA History (Hons) (First Class), School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
  • Graduate Diploma in Law, City Law School
  • Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School

Membership and Appointments

  • Called to the Bar (Lincoln’s Inn) (November 2014)



  • "Arbitration of M&A Transactions – A Practical Global Guide" (chapter on England & Wales) (with Catriona Nicol) (2020)
  • "Advisory Opinions of the International Court of Justice"(2018) (with Khawar Qureshi KC and Catriona Nicol)
  • "Public International Law Before the English Courts"(2016) (assisted Khawar Qureshi KC)


  • "The Jurisprudence of the Qatar Sports Arbitration Tribunal" (with Professor Zachary Calo) (MENA Business Law Review (2021))
  • "Sports and law – The F1 Abu Dhabi controversy"(with Khawar Qureshi KC) (Law Society Gazette (2021))
  • "International Arbitration: Striking A Balance"(with Aqeel Qureshi) (New Law Journal (2021))
  • "Arab World Litigants in the English Courts (2019-2020)" (with Khawar Qureshi KC and Catriona Nicol) (International Journal of Arab Arbitration (2021))
  • "The End of the Qatar Blockade"(with Catriona Nicol) (MENA Business Law Review, 2021)
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