39 Essex Chambers, Atkin Chambers, Clyde & Co, Herbert Smith Freehills, King & Spalding, LexisNexis, Linklaters, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, Vannin Capital, White & Case
This much-anticipated session will examine topics relevant to an overarching theme: ‘London as a world-class seat of arbitration: existing strengths and how it may be improved’. The sessions will be relevant to London-seated arbitration specifically as well as international arbitration more generally. Speakers, including leading arbitrators, counsel, in-house counsel and legal funders, will provide insights from a diverse range of perspectives in an interactive and interesting format.
The session will consist of four panels:
Confirmed speakers and moderators include: Ruth Byrne (King & Spalding), Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC (Atkin Chambers), Ania Farren (Vannin Capital), Mark Ferguson (Mylan), Barry Fletcher (LexisNexis), Lucy Greenwood (Greenwood Arbitration), Jackie van Haersolte-van Hof (LCIA), Peter Hirst (Clyde & Co), Stephen Jagusch QC (Quinn Emmanuel), Mimi Lee (Chevron), Julian Lew QC (Queen Mary, University of London), Chris Parker (Herbert Smith Freehills), Noradèle Radjai (LALIVE), Aloke Ray QC (White & Case), David Brynmor Thomas QC (39 Essex Chambers) and Matthew Weiniger QC (Linklaters).
Registration and catering: Registration will commence at 9:15 am, in time for a prompt 10:00 am start. Refreshments will be available during the session.
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