Jocelin’s practice covers all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration, with a particular emphasis on shipping, private international law, insurance and reinsurance, banking and professional negligence.
Since joining Chambers in 2011, Jocelin has appeared at all levels of the court system, including the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Court of Appeal.
Jocelin’s practice covers a wide range of commercial litigation, including charterparty and insurance disputes, as well as finance and banking, civil fraud and conflict of laws. Currently instructed on a large scale action involving alleged derivatives mis-selling, Jocelin was also instructed by the Defendants in the Djibouti v Boreh matter (a US$150m claim heard over ten weeks before the Commercial Court) and by the successful appellants in The “Alexandros T” (a landmark jurisdiction dispute under the Brussels Regulation that went before the Supreme Court).
Previously, Jocelin worked as an investment banker for several years in Paris, London, and latterly as an equity derivatives trader with Credit Suisse in New York, where he was responsible for the US single stock correlation book and the Nasdaq exotics book. Jocelin has extensive experience in capital markets instruments, including swaps (and associated ISDA agreements), derivatives (both vanilla and exotic), and structured products generally.
Prior to coming to the bar, Jocelin completed a PhD at Cambridge University on the application of mathematical modeling to customary international law.
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