Artem Barsukov, FCIArb
Law office of Bennett Jones LLP, Edmonton, AB (Alberta), CA (Canada)
ADR Certified Designation : FCIArb
Additional Language(s) : Russian, Swedish
VanIAC Panel(s) : Expedited Procedures Arbitrator
Practice Areas : Construction, Corporate Commercial, Energy, Government, Intellectual Property and Licensing, Partnership and Shareholder
Artem Barsukov is a Swedish and Russian speaking lawyer who carries on a global arbitration practice out of Edmonton, leveraging a near-decade of experience in international dispute resolution.
Over the years, Artem has successfully represented clients all over the world in complex international and domestic arbitrations collectively worth over USD $2 Billion. He has acted as arbitration counsel under the leading international arbitration systems, including ICC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL, and appeared before multinational Arbitral Tribunals in Doha, Qatar; London, England; and Mexico City, Mexico; as well as virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic. Having been involved in a number of matters from inception to conclusion, Artem has in-depth understanding of the arbitral procedure and how to conduct a fair and efficient dispute resolution process.
Artem has particular expertise in complex construction disputes, having acted for owners, authorities, contractors, and subcontractors in a wide variety of disputes arising from large-scale international construction projects in various locations around the world.
Prior to entering private practice, Artem worked at the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, where he learned the inner workings of judicial decision-making and how to craft well-supported and reasoned decisions directly from justices of the Court.Dispute Resolution Experience and Training
Accelerated Route to Fellowship, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, May-June 2021Professional and Other Activities
Law Society of Alberta, 2012
Law Society of Ontario, 2014
ICC Canada Arbitration Committee
ADR Institute of Canada
ADR Institute of Alberta
The Advocates’ Society
Swedish Arbitration Association
Young Arbitrators Sweden
International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)
Young Canadian Arbitration PractitionersAcademic Qualifications
University of Alberta, BComm (International Business), 2008, with distinction
University of Alberta, LLB, 2012, with distinction
Uppsala University (Sweden), International Business Exchange Student, 2006