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Mark Baldock

Call 2019

Mark joined Chambers as a tenant in July 2021. Mark completed his pupillage at Erskine Chambers, with a focus on company, insolvency, and commercial matters. Prior to joining Chambers, Mark was a judicial assistant assigned to the Chancery Division of the High Court where he provided assistance on the full spectrum of Chancery work.

  • Education
    • BA in Classics, Christ’s College, University of Cambridge (Double First)
    • GDL, City, University of London (Distinction)
    • BPTC LLM in Legal Practice, City, University of London (Commendation)
    • LLM, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (sehr gut)
  • Awards
    • Best Student Award (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
    • BPTC Scholarship (Gray’s Inn)
    • BPTC Scholarship (City Law School)
    • CPE Award (Gray’s Inn)
    • GDL Scholarship (City Law School)
    • Cesaresco Exhibition (Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge)
    • John Stewart of Rannoch Scholarship (Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge)
    • Sir Henry Arthur Thomas Travel Exhibition (Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge)
    • Graduate Scholarship (Christ’s College)
    • Scholar (Christ’s College)
    • Thomson Prize for Classics (Christ’s College)
    • S.G. Campbell Prize for Classics (Christ’s College)
    • Calverley Prize for Greek Translation (Christ’s College)
    • Bishop Porteus Prize (Christ’s College)
  • Languages
    • German
  • Memberships
  • Publications
    • “Recourse against international commercial arbitration awards out of time on grounds of procedural fraud” International Arbitration Law Review (2020) 23(4) 279
    • “Is the Association of Litigation Funders regulating the third party funding of arbitration?” Civil Justice Quarterly (2019) 38(3) 400
    • “Changing obligations for corporations under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office – R (KBR Inc) v. Director of the Serious Fraud Office [2018] EWHC 2368 (Admin) Journal of Criminal Law (2019) 83(1) 24
    • “A Green Light for Third Party Funding in the Cayman Islands – A Company v. A Funder [2017] CIGC J1123-1”, Civil Justice Quarterly (2019) 38(2) 180
    • “Are you being served? The Supreme Court and CPR r. 6.15 in Barton v. Wright Hassall LLP [2018] UKSC 12International Journal of Procedural Law (2018) 1 155
    • Whitlock v. Moree [2017] UKPC 44” Trusts and Trustees (2018) 24(5) 456
    • “Persona (non) grata? Persona Digital & Anor v. Minister for Public Enterprise and ors [2017] IESC 27”, Civil Justice Quarterly (2018) 37(2) 186
    • “Readings in Antiphon’s Truth” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik (2018) 205 38
  • Personal interests

    Cricket, Classics and German.

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