James Healy is a barrister and arbitrator who practices primarily in insolvency, resources and construction disputes. He has acted for Australian and overseas corporations in a wide variety of matters, including class actions, international arbitrations and maritime claims.
James also practices extensively in the areas of director’s duties, oppression proceedings, professional negligence, personal property securities, reconstructions and schemes of arrangement.
James is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a director of the Australian chapter of CIArb.
Prior to joining the bar in 2010, James was a partner of a national law firm and assisted clients with all commercial and contentious aspects of the development of resources projects in Australia, the Asia Pacific and Africa. James has completed the CIArb Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration held at Oxford, and IAMA's course in adjudications under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA).