Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, awarded by Chartered
Institute of Arbitrators
LL.M., The Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy
(CEPMLP), University of Dundee;
Dip. L.P., University of Glasgow;
LL.B., University of Dundee;
BA (Accountancy), Dundee Institute of Technology;
Alternative dispute resolution
Health & Safety
David MacLeod has experience of institutional arbitration in tribunals constituted to determine disputes under institutional rules (the 'Terms' of the London Maritime Arbitrator's Association) and ad-hoc arbitral tribunals
David MacLeod appears regularly in the High Court, Sheriff Court and various tribunals, including courts-martial and the immigration and asylum chamber.
He called to the Bar in 2000 and to the Bar of England & Wales in London in 2010; in 2009 he was appointed a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, (England & Wales) and a Chartered Arbitrator. He is also an accredited commercial mediator.
He accepts instructions to appear as Counsel before institutional and ad-hoc arbitral tribunals; he is also available as a party appointed arbitrator in Institutional and, or, ad-hoc arbitrations and is an appointee to the President's Panel of Arbitrators (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators) in Scotland. He also has a Diploma in advocacy skills in international arbitrations, awarded by the Foundation for International Arbitration Advocacy.