International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom, the Bar Council, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), the Law Society, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
A full day conference featuring global leaders in international dispute resolution.
Registration from 8:30
Conference 9:00 to 17:45
Reception 17:45 to 19:30
The sessions explore the role of London and English law in international dispute resolution as well as trends in dispute resolution globally. Sessions will include: the development and influence of English law; comparison of leading dispute resolution procedures; the future of technology in dispute resolution; global trends in international arbitration and the influence of venue; the promotion of the rule of law and global legal standards.
|Standard||£550 (+ VAT)|
|International Lawyers / Members of ICC United Kingdom, CiArb, Law Society, Bar Council and/or LCIA||£350 (+VAT)|
|In-house general counsel / governmental||Complimentary|
Confirmed speakers: Domitille Baizeau (Partner, Lalive, Geneva), Dr Nayla Comeir-Obeid (Partner, Obeid Law Firm, Lebanon and Former President Chartered Institute of Arbitrators), Helen Dodds (Global Head of Legal, Dispute Resolution, Standard Chartered Bank), Judge Dominique Hascher(Supreme Judicial Court of France, Co-chair ICCA Judiciary Committee), Beverly McLaughlin (former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Canada), Professor Edwin Peel (Professor of Law Oxford University and One Essex Court), The Hon. Mr Justice Popplewell (Judge of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court of England & Wales), Richard Susskind OBE (IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice, Advisory Board Chair and Visiting Professor, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University)
Confirmed moderators: Richard Atkins QC (Chair of the Bar Council), Simon Davis (Clifford Chance and President of the Law Society, 2019), Jonathan Wood (RPC and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chair of Trustee Board), Judith Gill QC (Arbitrator, President, LCIA Court).
Further speakers and moderators will be added as they are confirmed.
We recommend using Transport for London (TFL) for the most up-to-date information on how to get to the Gallery.