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Stuart Neely

Senior Associate

Stuart Neely

London

T:+44 20 7444 3289

Stuart is a dispute resolution and litigation lawyer based in London, and a member of the Business Ethics & Anti-Corruption Group.

He has experience in commercial litigation, arbitration and matters concerning business ethics, most notably relating to anti-corruption and business & human rights.

Stuart has worked on complex investigations and risk-management exercises for clients in the energy, mining / extraction, financial and telecommunications sectors, including a project involving reporting to the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency.

During 2012, Stuart was seconded to the anti-corruption function of BP’s legal department for seven months, where he worked on internal investigations and high-value upstream projects.

Stuart is a member of the Global Business & Human Rights Group. He has published articles and guest lectures on the subject to post-graduate students at University College London, where he previously obtained an LLM focusing on international trade, investment, human rights and the work of Professor John Ruggie, the former UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on Business & Human Rights.

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