Database of Arbitrators and Mediators
The MIAC Database features a global pool of both highly experienced and new arbitrators as well as mediators, drawn from civil and common law jurisdictions around the world.
In creating an online Database, MIAC aims to create a useful resource to users, and at the same time bring to the fore the recognized talent of arbitrators and mediators from Africa, Asia, and beyond.
The Database is freely accessible to the public for assistance in identifying appropriate arbitrators for specific cases. Appointments by the MIAC appointing authority may also draw upon, but would not be limited to, the Database. While MIAC encourages qualified individuals to join the Database, inclusion in the Database does not entail an endorsement or certification by MIAC.
Mr. Nicholas Tam
Legal Manager, Arbitrator and Barrister
Country: China (Hong Kong)
Email Address: email@example.com
Languages: English (Native), Mandarin (Knowledge)
Experience as sole arbitrator: Yes , 5 cases
Experience as co-arbitrator: Yes , 5 cases
Experience as presiding arbitrator: No
Experience as counsel in arbitration proceedings: Yes
Experience as Mediator: No
Legal systems: Common Law
Bar Admission: Australia , Hong Kong , AIFC Court, Kazakhstan , England & Wales, New Zealand and Pitcairn Islands
Fields of arbitration specialization: Commercial arbitration, Energy & Natural Resources, Finance & Banking, Hospitality & Leisure, Investment law, Maritime law, Shipping & Commodities, Transport
N. Tam, ‘Infrastructure Procurement after the Credit Crunch: A Guaranteed Future for PPPs in Australia?’  7(1) European Procurement and PPP Law Review 30
N. Tam, ‘Admiralty’ in Atkin’s Court Forms: Hong Kong (LexisNexis, 2015, 2017, 2021)
N. Tam, ‘Hong Kong’ in Aircraft Finance: Regulation, Security and Enforcement (Sweet & Maxwell, 2015, 2018 & 2020)
N. Tam, ‘Carriage of Goods’ in Lexis Practical Guidance – Commercial (2017)
N. Tam, ‘Cross-Border Trading’ in Lexis Practical Guidance – Commercial (2017)
N. Tam, ‘Hong Kong’ in Aircraft Liens and Detention Rights (Sweet & Maxwell, 2019)