Mr Mitchell (pictured) has spent the past decade at boutique firm Curwoods Lawyers.
Previously a special counsel, Mr Mitchell has international experience in insurance and commercial law.
He has previously acted for the insurer of a Sydney educational institution defending a claim in excess of $100 million, one of the largest personal injury claims in Australian legal history.
Mr Mitchell manages a wide variety of commercial disputes, including the areas of building and construction, and corporations legislation.
He has expertise in the area of international arbitration and has advised on arbitrations in Chicago, Florida, London, New York and Stockholm, and enforced foreign arbitral awards in Australia.
Keypoint Law opened in May 2014. It is the Australian arm of London-based Keystone Law.
The firm does not have billable hour targets and offers fee earners the chance to pocket 70 per cent of the fees they generate from clients.
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