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A former Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer associate with strong links to the Three Crowns arbitration boutique founded by a team of ex-partners has joined Doughty Street.
Human rights lawyer Mark Wassouf worked with former London arbitration head Constantine Partasides QC and Georgios Petrochilos and is currently co-counselling with Petrochilos in ICSID proceedings.
The associate left the firm, where he had worked since 2009, last year and joined Doughty Street two weeks ago. He spent the past year working as a junior to Ben Emmerson QC of Matrix Chambers, Rodney Dixon QC of Temple Garden Chambers and Doughty Street’s Amal Alamuddin.
Wassouf is understood to be one of two arbitration associates who have left Freshfields in the past month to join the bar.