4 New Square
Anthony Jones is a barrister at 4 New Square with a substantial practice in commercial and international law. He frequently acts in cases related to cross-border and offshore investments, and is currently involved in litigation before the Court of Appeal and Commercial Court in England, the courts of the Isle of Man and a number of Caribbean jurisdictions, for a major European bank in a $75 million expropriation and fair treatment investment claim against the Republic of Turkey, and in an ICSID claim valued at $150 million against a North African State.
Anthony also has substantial experience in claims before international tribunals, appearing as sole counsel before the General Court of the European Union, as a junior before the European Court of Human Rights on five occasions, and before the regional Court of Justice of the Economic Community of West African States in Nigeria. He lectures at the London School of Economics on commercial law, and guest lectures at Koç University in Istanbul on investment treaty disputes and public international law.
Prior to coming to the bar, Anthony was an adviser to the Foreign Minister of Australia and the Attorney General of the State of New South Wales. Alongside his law degree he holds a Masters and a BA in classical Chinese, and spent time studying at Beijing Yuyan Daxue.