Remi has a broad domestic and international practice acting for public bodies, police forces and national governments. He accepts instructions in all of Chambers’ main practice areas and matters of public international law and sports arbitration.
Remi is currently junior counsel for the Government of Mauritius in relation to the dispute concerning the Chagos Archipelago and has been appointed as ad-hoc clerk to the tribunal in nine cases before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Before joining 5 Essex Court, Remi worked for seven years as a legal researcher to Professor Philippe Sands QC. He holds a law degree from Durham University and a first-class LLM degree from the University of Cambridge.
Remi accepts Direct Public Access instructions.