Robert Fenwick Elliott retires from practice as Counsel

Date: 16 January 2023

Robert Fenwick Elliott has announced that he is retiring from practice as counsel and, as a result, will no longer be an international member of Keating Chambers.

Robert was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1977, founded what is now Fenwick Elliott LLP in 1980 and was senior partner of that firm in London for over 20 years. In 2003, he moved to Australia, initially practising as a partner in his Adelaide-based firm Fenwick Elliott Grace. Following a move to the independent Bar in 2013, he was accepted to join Keating Chambers as an International Member in 2014.

Of his time at Keating, Robert has said: “It has been my great pleasure to be an International Member of Keating Chambers for some years, not only because of my friends there, who I have known since my days as a young lawyer in London, but also because of its ever-increasing status as the leading set of construction law chambers in the common law world.”

Robert will continue in practice as a pendulum arbitrator and mediator. We extend him our very best wishes for the future.

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