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Cameron Forsaith, Principal Associate

Cameron Forsaith

Principal Associate



Practice areas

  • Commercial litigation
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • Industrials
  • International arbitration
  • Investment treaty arbitration
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Public International Law
  • Sport

Practice notes

Cameron is a Principal Associate within Eversheds Sutherland's International Arbitration Group.

Based in London, he specialises in international arbitration and cross-border disputes, and in recent years has maintained a particular focus on investor-State and State-to-State disputes.

Cameron has acted as counsel in more than 30 arbitrations across a wide range of rules and seats. He is listed as a ‘Future Leader’ in Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration, and was described in Legal 500 as a “rising star” with “an impressive practice” who “is dedicated to producing outstanding work”.

Cameron is also experienced in court litigation, expert determination, mediation, and bespoke forms of dispute resolution. Outside of contentious proceedings, Cameron also advises on the drafting and interpretation of dispute resolution clauses and cross-jurisdictional enforcement risk, rights under international investment law and investment structuring to access investment treaty protections, and a wide range of issues under English law.

Cameron is admitted as a Solicitor Advocate in England & Wales, and as a Lawyer in Queensland, Australia. He holds undergraduate degrees in arts and law from the University of Queensland and a Master of Law from the University of Cambridge. He has published articles and book chapters on issues in investment arbitration, commercial arbitration and international law, and regularly speaks and provides training to clients on these issues.