Robert K Campbell



Robert Campbell resolves high-profile and high-value actions on behalf of clients. He is particularly experienced in the financial services sectors, including in disputes concerning the Financial Conduct Authority. In addition to commercial actions in the High Court and appellant courts, he has acted in numerous international arbitrations under the auspices of the ICC, ICSID, LCIA, JAMS and other bodies.
Robert also advises on regulatory investigations, including disputes with the Financial Services Ombudsman, and acts for clients on professional negligence cases. He leads the London dispute resolution practice.

Past Experience

Prior to joining Faegre Drinker, Robert practiced at Freshfields, Hogan Lovells and Halliwells. He has also enjoyed extensive in-house experience from being a senior secondee to Legal & General's group legal department.

Related Industries



College of Law, Chester
Law Society Finals (1990)

University of Liverpool
LL.B. with Honours (1989)

Insights & Events

Other Perspectives
  • Learning 'Caveat Emptor' the Hard Way
    FT Adviser, March 2017
  • London's Litigation and Arbitration Hub Status
    Co-author, Solicitors Journal, December 2016
  • Choosing English Jurisdiction
    Corporate Lawyer Magazine (Russia), August 2014
  • The Role of Mediation in Commercial Disputes
    British Russian Law Association/British Consulate Dispute Resolution in England and Russia  Seminar, Ekaterinburg, 2014
  • The Cyprus Banking Crisis and CIS Related Disputes
    ABA Moscow Dispute Resolution Conference, Moscow, 2013

Leadership & Community

Professional Associations

  • Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA)
  • London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
  • London Solicitors' Litigation Association 
  • The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)


  • Chambers UK — Praised for "his preparation and attention to relevant detail on the case" which is "focused and thorough," 2013
  • New Model Adviser — Named to "Legal Eagles: 10 Lawyers Making Waves in Financial Services," July 2012
Awards Methodology
No aspect of these recognitions has been approved by the highest court of any state.
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