Douglas Keel was called to the Bar in 1997. His previous career was with Price Waterhouse as an international tax partner. His clients – both corporate and individual – predominantly required planning advice for structuring or restructuring their affairs, often with little or no connection to the UK. As a barrister he does more private client work and significant dispute resolution rather than litigation where it is appropriate. He is used to working as part of a team of cross-disciplinary and cross-jurisdictional professionals, ensuring that issues are dealt with consistently and comprehensively.