Ben Wheadon is an Analyst at Omnia, whose growing practice is focused on human rights law, public international law and international arbitration.
Ben has experience in a variety of matters, including investigations of complex fraud and money laundering offences, representing individuals and key concerns in various United Nations human rights mechanisms, corporate human rights due diligence advisory work and a wide range of international arbitration disputes. Prior to joining Omnia, Ben worked at the University of Oxford as a graduate research assistant providing editorial and research support for a book published by the Oxford University Press.
Ben obtained a First Class Honours, BA(Hons) from King’s College London interposed with a study abroad period at the University of California, Berkeley. Ben also obtained a MSt from the University of Oxford, where he was awarded the Kenneth Sewards-Shaw Scholarship for his studies at Lincoln College. June 2023 saw Ben commence his studies with the SQE program to become an admitted Solicitor of England & Wales.