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Andrew Noble LLB (Hons) [Manchester] FRICS, FCIArb

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Andrew Noble lectures to various firms of solicitors, post graduate students, the society of construction law and others involved in construction and engineering law, real property use and development, associated professional liability and insolvency work.


1984 - Chartered Surveyor by examination (ARICS) and member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb)

1990 - LLB Hons Manchester University

1991 - Appointed a Fellow of the RICS whilst working in Saudi Arabia

1992 - Called to the Bar of England and Wales (Lincoln’s Inn)

1992 - Admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators by examination

1993 - Member of the Technology and Construction Court Bar Association and Professional Negligence Bar Association

1994 - Branch Chairman Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

1997 - CIArb adjudication 3 day course

2000 - Appointed Treasury counsel by HM Attorney General

2001 - Part Time Course designer and director of MSc in Construction law & Dispute Resolution (Lit.,Arb, Adjudication & ADR)

2002 - Intrant - Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh

2003 - Technology and Construction Bar Association: Accredited Adjudicator

2003 - Invited to join leading chambers, Enterprise Chambers (London, Leeds and Newcastle)

2003 - Re-Appointed Treasury counsel by HM Attorney General

2003 - Member of the Chancery Bar association

2004 - Noted as leading barrister in Legal 500 (which accreditation continues to 2011)

2004 - Accredited Mediator following 5 day course ⁄ Bar Council listed mediator

2005 - Branch Chairman Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

2006 - Bar Council External Examiner for BVC

2007 - Member of the management committee of the Technology & Construction Court Bar Association

2008 -Lectured aspects of English Contract Law on an course for the International Advocates Association at Keeble College Oxford;

2009 - Completed the CIArb’s Keeble College Oxford residential Course in international commercial arbitration led by Philip Capper;

2010 - Became a Chartered Arbitrator (having been a fellow since 1992);

2011 - Became a member of the Property Bar Association and the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association;

2012 - Became a DIFC registered Advocate. Noted in Chambers and Partners as a leader in his field in Real Estate litigation including construction, land, real property, and environmental litigation. Lectured to the local Cambridge and District Law Society in relation to remedies and defective dwellings (University of Cambridge). Visited South Korea and Singapore including the local bar & arbitration associations with a trade delegation of 25 or so leading barristers with the Bar Council of England and Wales. Lectured to local associations including one of four participants lecturing on ‘Taming the beast – managing complex construction disputes’ (SoCL -Singapore) and aspects of ADR in the UK (Korean Arbitration Association).


Formerly course designer and director MSc Construction law and dispute resolution (Litigation Arbitration Adjudication & ADR) including by distance learning, preparing and delivering the key sessions.

The meaning of "Contractors & Subcontractors’ constant best endeavours to prevent delay in JCT contracts" (1997) 13 Const. L. J. 293 [and footnoted in Keating on Building Contracts, 7th  8th and now new 9th Editions (p. 890 fn 108)].

The Law Reform Contributory Negligence Act 1945 - Arbitration the Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Professional liability of Office Holders a presentation for a leading Insolvency group.

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