Tim Benham-Mirando


Year of Call: 2019

Practice Overview

Tim has a broad commercial chancery practice across the range of work undertaken in Chambers, with a particular focus on commercial disputes, company law, trusts and civil fraud. He has experience of litigation (both domestic and offshore) and arbitration (under various rules).

Tim read law at the University of Oxford where he graduated with a first class degree (ranking fifth in his year) and a Distinction on the BCL. He previously taught Trusts and Land Law at the University of Oxford. He was awarded the Lord Mansfield scholarship by Lincoln’s Inn (the Inn’s top award).

Before coming to the Bar, Tim worked in the international arbitration group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, a leading US law firm. During his time at the firm, he worked on a number of arbitrations, and arbitration related court applications, for corporate clients from a variety of industries, including energy, commodities and telecommunications.

News & Events

  • News

    Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando ‘The ICC’s new rules: late to the party, but welcome as tools to ensure efficient and fair process’

    Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando look at the key changes to the ICC Arbitration Rules in an... Read More

    News

    New Tenants Tim Benham-Mirando & Max Marenbon

    Serle Court is delighted to welcome Tim Benham-Mirando and Max Marenbon as new members of chambers... Read More

  • Virtual Conference Session

    Prospective Pupillage Evening 2019

    Location: Read More

Education & Qualifications

BA in Law, Brasenose College, University of Oxford (First Class, ranked 5th in year)

BCL, Brasenose College, University of Oxford (Distinction)

BPTC, City Law School (Outstanding)

Awards

Lord Mansfield Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn

Buchanan Prize, Lincoln’s Inn

Accommodation Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn

Hardwicke Award, Lincoln’s Inn

Prize for Outstanding Achievement on the BCL, Brasenose College

Barry Nicholas Scholarship, Brasenose College

Law Faculty Prize for Best Performance in Personal Property Law, University of Oxford

Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Finals, Brasenose College

Undergraduate Scholar, Brasenose College

In the Press

The ICC’s new rules: late to the party, but welcome as tools to ensure efficient and fair process’ Global Legal Post, Zoe O'Sullivan QC, and Tim Benham-Mirando, 30 October 2020

News & Events

  • News

    Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando ‘The ICC’s new rules: late to the party, but welcome as tools to ensure efficient and fair process’

    Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando look at the key changes to the ICC Arbitration Rules in an... Read More

    News

    New Tenants Tim Benham-Mirando & Max Marenbon

    Serle Court is delighted to welcome Tim Benham-Mirando and Max Marenbon as new members of chambers... Read More

  • Virtual Conference Session

    Prospective Pupillage Evening 2019

    Location: Read More