Mr Robin H Chambers AO, was one of the founders of Chambers & Company in 1984. Prior to that he had been General Counsel of CRA Limited (now Rio Tinto Limited) for 14 years. He graduated with degrees in Australia and the United States, and was an associate with Chadbourne & Parke LLP in New York before returning to Australia to join CRA.
Over his career as an international lawyer, he has been General Counsel on numerous projects, including many of the major resources projects developed in Australia, as well as on projects across Asia and other continents.
He was co-founder of the Australian Mining & Petroleum Law Association and one time President. He is a life member of AMPLA. This body is the leading resources and energy law organisation in Australia. He was a member of the National Board of the Australia China Business Council from 1986 until its merger with the ACCCI in the mid 1990s. Thereafter, he held the position of State Vice President for many years. He was made a life member in 2007.
He is the only non-Chinese director of the Chinese Government-owned Sinosteel Australia Pty Ltd, a director of Wuhan Steels Australian Subsidiary. He was previously a director of YTC Resources Ltd appointed by Yunnan Tin Group Company Ltd and Co Chairman of the China Advisory Board of Fortescue Metals Group.
Robin Chambers AO, Senior Partner at Chambers & Company, will be joining the Panel Discussion: The correlation between mining and infrastructure; how the Belt and Road Initiative aligns with mining growth, within the People, Projects & Infrastructure Initiatives conference at IMARC. Download the programme now.