• “Benjamin is a true specialist in his field who never fails to impress. He is approachable, adroit, pragmatic and always delivers.”
  • “Benjamin Wells is extremely bright and hard-working, and is always on top of the detail of the case.”
  • “Benjamin is always a pleasure to work with and his commitment to work is tremendous.”
  • “Benjamin Wells is clever, creative and has an exceptional client focus.”
Benjamin Wells worked for Freshfields, Linklaters and Gide Loyrette Nouel, sitting his traineeship at CMS Cameron McKenna, prior to joining Belgravia Law.
Benjamin writes articles which are published internationally as well as having featured in articles for the Law Society of England and Wales.
Benjamin is a Solicitor-Advocate whose practice is centred on dispute resolution. He regularly represents clients in: (i) arbitral proceedings conducted under the auspices of leading arbitration institutions; and (ii) litigation in the English courts. He also sits as an arbitrator and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. All his cases have a cross-border element.
Issues that he resolves relate to commercial contracts, joint ventures, company and shareholder disputes, banking, investments, trading (including shipping), insolvency, international civil fraud and enforcement.
Benjamin has a particular focus on sanctions, asset-tracing, contentious trusts and matrimonial disputes.
Benjamin is an executive committee member of the British-Kazakh Law Association, holds rights of audience at the Astana International Finance Centre.
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