Dispute resolution, be it litigation, arbitration, adjudication, mediation etc., in the UK has traditionally been dominated by middle-aged, middle-class, white British males. But it is changing. There are now more women than men training as solicitors and opportunities for other practitioners are presenting themselves all the time. Our panel of speakers will explore the rapidly developing changes which are providing diversification and career progression for all practitioners.
Ruth Wilkinson, Partner at Clarkslegal has kindly agreed to Chair this event.
Cost: Free of charge. Guests and non-members are most welcome but you must register in advance. Please register early as numbers are limited.
For more information please contact Mohammed Haque, Chairman of CIArb's Thames Valley Branch on 01628 667974 or email@example.com.
Lucy Greenwood is an independent arbitrator specialising in commercial disputes. She is a Chartered Arbitrator, a Texas attorney and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. She has over 20 years of experience in commercial arbitrations in a wealth of different industries. She is highly regarded for her prompt, efficient resolution of disputes and active case management of arbitrations and is recognised in Who's Who Arbitration, Legal 500 and Global Arbitration Review.
Olena Gulyanytska is currently the head of the Dispute Appointment Service (DAS) at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She first graduated in law and management in Ukraine, then studied English law at BPP Law School. Olena further completed a postgraduate Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration from Queen Mary College, London, and an LLM from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. She has practised ADR since 2007, at WilmerHale, Watson, Farley & Williams, Kennedys, and the LCIA.
Mohammed Haque is a barrister and ADR practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in large and complex international disputes. He was identified as the No.1 Counsel of the Year for five consecutive years by Legal 500 for his works in Asia. He has also qualified as a chartered quantity surveyor. He specialises in construction disputes – both in liability and quantum. He is Chairman of the Thames Valley Branch of CIArb.