The conference will examine both domestic and international dispute resolution, with a focus on identifying any common themes, or lessons to be learned from other jurisdictions. The conference will count for six hours of CPD. Lunch will be provided. You will be invited to attend a canapé and drinks reception after the conference closes.
The day will include:
Domestic and international trends in different forms of dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration, adjudication, mediation, and dispute avoidance
Four separate breakout sessions exploring the use of DR and arbitration in traditional areas, including construction and property; in emerging areas such as family law and in aspirational areas, such as personal injury
A cross fertilisation of ideas between different practice areas to examine the future of dispute resolution. The afternoon session will be interactive, and will consider how we might best shape effective dispute resolution both domestically and internationally
An insight into ICCA 2020, and what benefit this will bring DR in Scotland
Lucy Greenwood C.Arb FCIArb will give the key note presentation on DR in the UK, versus other jurisdictions
CIArb President, Thomas D. Halkett C.Arb FCIArb, will provide an overview of DR trends across CIArb
Speakers confirmed for our domestic panel sessions include Graham Boyack from Scottish Mediation Network on Mediation in Scotland, Janey Milligan from CDR on Dispute Avoidance and Lisa Cattanach, the chair of SBCC, on adjudication
Speakers confirmed for our international panel session include Mary Thomson, immediate past chair of CIArb East Asia Branch, Hew Dundas and John Nicholson
Brandon Malone FCIArb of the Scottish Arbitration Centre will speak to us about ICCA, and how to make the most of this opportunity coming to Edinburgh next year
Our workshops will be run by David Anderson from Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, Rachael Kelsey of FLAGS, Andrew MacFarlane of DM Hall and representatives from the Faculty of Advocates.
Further speakers, including representatives from other CIArb Branches across the globe, will follow.
£48 inc. VAT for CIArb members at any level £60 inc. VAT for non-members
How do I register?
To reserve a place, payment can be made either:
By cheque, made out to "CIArb (Scottish Branch)" and sent by post to: Leigh Herd CIArb (Scottish Branch) c/o Shepherd and Wedderburn 1 Exchange Crescent Conference Square Edinburgh EH3 8UL
By BACS/CHAPS to: HSBC Bank plc Sort Code: 40-05-03 Account Number: 61487744 IBAN: GB30MIDL40050361487744
Please email our Honorary Secretary, Leigh Herd, at CIARBS@shepwedd.com once payment has been made and your place will be confirmed.