Stuart Doxford

Partner Litigation
Kirkland & Ellis International LLP


Stuart Doxford is a litigation and arbitration partner in the London office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP. Stuart focuses on financial markets and commercial litigation, with particular experience acting for financial institutions and asset management firms in a broad range of high value disputes.


Thought Leadership


"Commercial Court honours its name: taking a commercial approach to a section 67 challenge", Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law Arbitration Blog, 11 August 2022

“ESG in the investment process: Mitigating litigation risk,” AIMA Journal, September 2021

“Climate and ESG related disputes,” Special Report, Financier Worldwide, June 2021

“Post Brexit cross-border disputes - what next?,” Legal Business Disputes Yearbook, April 2021

“Covid-19, Brexit and the Resilience of the English & Welsh Courts,” The Law Societies’ Brussels and London Office Newsletter, May 2020


Stuart won the ‘Most Innovative Use of Technology’ at The Lawyer Awards 2018 and was shortlisted for the FT Innovation Award for developing an online risk management tool designed to help clients map risks associated with jurisdiction, governing law and enforcement of judgments following Brexit.


Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2010, Admitted to practice as a Solicitor of England and Wales


  • University of Law, LondonLegal Practice Course2008
  • BPP Law School, WaterlooGraduate Diploma in Law2007
  • London School of Economics and Political ScienceM.Sc., History of International Relations2005