Barrister Madelaine Power

Madelaine Power

Year of call: 2010  


Madelaine is an Associate (Barrister) in the International Dispute Resolution Group of Squire Patton Boggs in Dubai. Madelaine advises on a range of disputes in both the arbitration and litigation arenas in the areas of construction and commercial law, with a focus on Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) laws. Madelaine advises local and international public and private sector clients, especially in the construction sector and has experience advising on matters in the UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the UK.

Madelaine is licenced to appear as an advocate before all courts in England and Wales, the Dubai International Financial Centre Court and the Qatar Financial Centre Court. She has strong experience in civil and common law jurisdictions including experience in English law commercial proceedings with links to the Middle East. Her experience includes advising on the merits of and conducting arbitration proceedings governed by the DIAC, ICC, DIFC-LCIA, ADCCAC rules and ad-hoc arrangements.


  • Business School, Leicester (2019), MBA
  • BPP Law School, London (2011), LLM, Distinction
  • BPP Law School, London (2010), Bar Vocational Court
  • University of Kent, Canterbury (2009), LLB, First Class Honours


  • CiArb associate membership
  • Society of Construction Law
  • DIFC Court Pro Bono Centre
  • Bar Pro Bono Unit

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