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Amrutanshu Dash



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Amrutanshu Dash



Amrutanshu is an Associate in Allen & Overy's International Arbitration Group based out of Singapore. He is a dual qualified lawyer, qualified as a Solicitor of England and Wales as well as an Advocate in India. He advises and represents clients in international commercial arbitrations, investor state arbitrations and related court litigations.

He has experience working on a wide variety of disputes from multiple sectors (like energy, infrastructure, health services, and banking and finance) and under all the major institutional rules like SIAC, ICC, LCIA and ICSID.

Amrutanshu has also worked as a disputes lawyer in New Delhi (India). During his time in India, he focussed on commercial law and constitutional law disputes across various judicial forums including the Indian Supreme Court and the High Courts of Delhi and Bombay.

Amrutanshu completed his undergraduate law degree from the National Law University, Delhi. He graduated as the overall topper with ten gold medals from his undergraduate programme. Following this, he received a full scholarship (from the British Council and Balliol College) to complete his master of law degree (BCL) from the University of Oxford. At Oxford, Amrutanshu graduated with an overall distinction and the Law Faculty Prize for topping the Intellectual Property law paper.

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Emergency arbitrator award in a foreign seated arbitration found to be enforceable by the Singapore High Court

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Admitted as a Solicitor, England and Wales, 2022

Admitted as an Advocate, India, 2016


BCL, University of Oxford, 2017 (Distinction & Law Faculty Prize)

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), National Law University, Delhi, 2016 (Overall topper)

Published work

  • Sheila Ahuja, Amrutanshu Dash (2022), “Indian Supreme Court to clear arbitrator appointment backlog across the country (M/s Shree Vishnu Constructions v The Engineer in Chief, Military Engineering Service)”, LexisNexis Legal News
  • Sheila Ahuja, Amrutanshu Dash (2022), “Protecting Investments of Indian Investors Abroad – The Other Side of the (BIT) Coin”, Legal Era
  • Amrutanshu Dash, Dhruv Sharma (2016), “Arrest Warrants at the International Criminal Court: Reasonable Suspicion or Reasonable Grounds to Believe?”, International Criminal Law Review, Volume 16(1), pp. 158-176