Bethan Heathcote

Associate, London



Bethan Heathcote is an associate in the London office, practising in the International Arbitration and Construction and Engineering Groups. She has a broad practice in international arbitration, advising on international construction and commercial disputes across a range of industries, including oil and gas and primary infrastructure.

Bethan joined White & Case in 2020 as a trainee, and qualified in 2022, gaining experience in the Firm's Construction, Dispute Resolution, Project Finance and Tax groups in London.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
Legal Practice Course
BPP Law School
Graduate Diploma in Law
BPP Law School
Bachelor of Science
University of Exeter


Representing an international oil & gas company in a multi-billion USD arbitration relating to the construction of an LNG processing facility in Asia-Pacific.

Acting for an Eastern European government employer in Dispute Board and ICC arbitration proceedings arising out of road infrastructure projects.

Representing a Middle Eastern sovereign government in an arbitration concerning a major transport infrastructure project.

Representing an international commodity trading company in an LCIA arbitration regarding a breach of contract under the standard coal trading agreement (SCoTA) general terms and conditions.

Representing a State in proceedings before the High Court, seeking to set aside a US$1.2 billion arbitration award, and in enforcement proceedings in multiple jurisdictions including the US, Singapore and Mauritius.