Infrastructure & Construction
WILFRED ABRAHAM is a consultant to ZUL RAFIQUE & partners.
He was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya on 20
June 1975 after finishing his Bar final exams, and called to the Honourable Society of Middle
Temple. He joined the firm on 1 January 2001. Wilfred Abraham’s particular area of practice is
alternative dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on arbitration. In his years of practice, he
has appeared as counsel as well as arbitrator in many arbitrations, including arbitrations
conducted under the auspices of various bodies such as the International Chamber of Commerce,
the FIDIC form as well as the Architects Form of Contract and the KLRCA rules as well as the
In addition to his contentious work, Wilfred provides advice and drafts building contracts for specialised projects such as cement mills, power generation plants, and other infrastructure projects.
Wilfred has written various articles on aspects of arbitration in Malaysia and has co-authored the FIDIC Chapter and how it could be used in Malaysia.