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Albert Monichino KC Barrister, Arbitrator & Mediator
BEc; LLB (Hons); LLM(Cambridge); Grad Dip Intell Prop Law; C.Arb

Albert Monchino


Albert practises as a barrister, arbitrator and mediator. He has over 25 years of experience. He is the President of the Australian Branch of the Chartered Institute of  Arbitrators (CIArb), a Chartered Arbitrator, and is accredited by the Victorian Bar as an advanced Mediator. He took silk in 2010.


He has a general commercial litigation practice in the Supreme and Federal Courts in Australia, and also in commercial arbitrations (domestic and international).


He has substantial experience in construction, engineering and transport logistic disputes, including acting as senior junior counsel for Fluor in the Fluor v Anaconda arbitration, 2001 – 2003, involving claims exceeding $A1 billion.


He holds the degrees of BEc, LLB (Hons) from Monash University, an LLM from the University of Cambridge and a Grad Dip Intell Prop Law from the University of Melbourne.


He is a former Vice President (Convenor)) of the Commercial Bar Association of the Victorian Bar (COMMBAR) and Co-Chair of its Arbitration and ADR Section. He also a member of the ACICA, SIAC, KCAB, KLRCA, NZDRC and SZAC arbitration panels.


He has substantial experience as arbitrator arbitrating under various rules, including the ICC Rules.




Albert was the Co-Course Director of the CIArb Diploma Course in International Commercial Arbitration held in Sydney in April 2015 and Singapore in August 2016. He is a Guest lecturer at Monash and Melbourne Universities in their Master of Laws programs. He has published and presented widely in the areas of commercial and construction law, arbitration and ADR, including:


“Arbitration Downunder: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back” [Samsung v Duro] (2016) Australian Construction Law Newsletter 


“Pathological Arbitration Clauses Revisited: Gallaway Cook Allan v Carr” (April 2015) Asian Dispute Review


  • “Termination for Convenience: Good Faith and Other Possible Restrictions” (March 2015) Building and Construction Law Journal
  • “Adjudicators: beware of natural justice”, (2014) Australian Construction Law Bulletin


Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.


Phone: +61 3 9225 8247

Mobile: +61 4 1253 2000

Fax: +61 3 9225 6015



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