Phillip Greenham practices as a domestic and international arbitrator specialising in construction, infrastructure, mining and resources matters. In addition to accepting appointments as arbitrator, Phillip is available to sit as a Dispute Board Member and Expert and to act as a mediator.
Phillip practiced through Arbitration Chambers between 2018 and 2020. Phillip now serves Australia and the region internationally from his base in Melbourne.
Phillip is recognised by a wide variety of eminent institutions, publications, and colleagues as one of Australia’s foremost construction lawyers. His 35 years of experience has covered commercial work, dispute work and contract administration work. Phillip was a partner at the leading International law firm Minter Ellison for 27 years and headed the Melbourne Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure practice for 13 years.
He is a member of the International Academy of Construction Lawyers. He is a Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters) and long-time Guest Lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Recognition by many international industry publications include his status within the legal profession as one of the ‘Most Highly Regarded Individuals’ in the Asia-Pacific region (‘Who’s Who Legal’). He is a founding board member of the Society of Construction Law Australia, a long-time member of the International Construction Projects Committee of the International Bar Association, the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation and the Resolution Institute (formerly the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators).
Phillip is also available to provide legal and other advisory services together with training for the construction industry and contract administrator. Further details in relation to these service can be found at JBM Advisory.