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Arran offers advocacy and drafting services as  a barrister-at-law working in Dublin, Ireland and on the South Eastern circuit (Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford, Wexford and Tipperary). He is also an Arbitrator and appears as counsel in arbitrations. Fees may be negotiated in advance on a competitive basis having regard to the complexity of the work to be done and the time that is needed to complete the work. As a guide when Arran charges for his time as a Barrister of Arbitrator on an hourly basis the fee may be €200 or £200. Fees for work in England and Wales may be negotiated with the clerks at Guildford Chambers. Travel time if applicable will be levied at €100 or £100 an hour.   
  
He is a member of the Panel of Adjudicators of the Private Residential Tenancies Board  a member of the Panel of Arbitrators of Just Sport Ireland and a member of WIPO's list of arbitrators.  Arran is also a member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitraton.
    In 2003 he was called to the Bar in Dublin, in 2006 in Belfast and he was called by the Middle Temple, London in 2007; he is a Door Tenant at Guildford Chambers  and a member of Clerksroom as an Arbitrator. Arran became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in 2006, having been a Member of the Institute since 2003; he obtained his accredited mediator status in 2004. He has full rights of audience in the Republic of Ireland and appears regularly in  a range of courts in both civil and criminal matters.   
      Arran is an occassional law lecturer and has taught 230 classroom hours, since 2004, he has worked at Dublin City University in the Business School, School of Computing and the School of Law and Government. He has also tutored in European law and ADR at the Law Society of Ireland.  He is a member of the Panel of Examiners and Tutors of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.  Arran has written seventeen articles  for Irish and English legal journals and has often reported cases for the Employment Law Reports, Irish Current Law Monthly Digest and the Irish Times.