BEN MOSS is an international disputes lawyer who serves in commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. He has advised and represented clients in sectors such as construction, electricity generation and distribution, renewable energy, aeronautics and professional services.
Ben, a U.S. qualified attorney, is trained in both civil and common law. He has experience working on arbitral proceedings with varied seats (including Paris, London, Zurich and Hong Kong) and involving claims made under a wide range of applicable laws.
Prior to joining Sidley, Ben was an associate at an international law firm in Paris and at a major Swiss law firm in Zurich. He also served as a deputy counsel at the ICC International Court of Arbitration, where he managed and oversaw a large number of arbitral proceedings and co-wrote The Secretariat’s Guide to ICC Arbitration.
Ben earned a B.A. (First Class Honours), LL.B. (common law) and B.C.L (civil law) from McGill University in Montreal. During his legal studies, he served as the editor-in-chief of the McGill Law Journal, a leading, peer-reviewed academic publication. More recently, Ben completed several academic programs on renewable energy finance and technology to deepen his knowledge of the renewable energy sector.
Ben is fluent in French and proficient in German and Swiss German.