7 King's Bench Walk, 39 Essex Chamber, Atkin Chambers, Charles River Associates, Herbert Smith Freehills, Keating Chambers, Latham & Watkins, Norton Rose Fulbright
Taking as its theme ‘Energy disputes in a disrupted world: leveraging our expertise for what lies ahead’, this session presents two panels: a commercial landscape in transition—lessons from the past as we prepare for the future; and, the environment and society—activism, pollution/remediation and disputes concerning climate change.
Panel 1: A commercial landscape in transition—lessons from the past as we prepare for the future
Speakers will include: Barbara Benzoni (Eni SpA), Philip Clifford QC (Latham & Watkins), Veronique Buehrlen QC (Keating Chambers), Colin Johnson (Charles River Associates), John Judge (39 Essex Chambers), Jostein Kristensen (Oxera), John McCaughran QC (One Essex Court), Keiran O’Callaghan (Hogan Lovells), David Streatfeild-James QC (Atkin Chambers) and Sean Wilken QC (39 Essex Street).
Panel 2: The environment and society—activism, pollution/remediation and disputes concerning climate change
Speakers will include: Serena Cheng QC (Atkin Chambers), Mr Justice Fraser (Judge in Charge of the Technology and Construction Court), Alice Garton (Client Earth), Sophie Lamb QC (Latham & Watkins), Julianne Hughes-Jennett (Hogan Lovells), Rachel Lidgate (Herbert Smith Freehills).
Registration and catering: Registration and networking will commence at 9:30 am, with a prompt 10:00 am start to the session. A networking lunch will be available after the session.
9 Little Trinity Lane,
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