29 Mar 2019
We are delighted to inform that our CIArb Women in ADR campaign has been very positively received and captured the attention of the other international arbitration organisations. We are profoundly grateful to ArbitralWomen for sharing our campaign on their website and newsletter. It is worth reminding that to celebrate International Women's Day 2019 we interviewed successful female professionals from over 20 jurisdictions with diverse backgrounds and at different stages of their careers. The excellent stories they shared can serve as an inspiration and empowerment for female practitioners around the globe.
To read these interviews, please, click here.
ArbitralWomen is an international non-governmental organisation with the primary objective of advancing the interests of women and promoting female practitioners in international dispute resolution. It is also a network of women from diverse backgrounds and legal cultures active in international dispute resolution in any role, including, arbitrator, mediator, expert, adjudicator, surveyor, facilitator, lawyer, neutral, ombudswoman or forensic consultant. ArbitralWomen now has close to a thousand members from over 40 countries.
To learn more about ArbitralWomen, please, click here
As one of its recent initiative, ArbitralWomen promotes its ArbitralWomen Diversity Toolkit by which it intends to offer a unique training programme designed to help men and women see the role played by biases and explore ways to address and overcome bias.
Further details about this one-day seminar are available here. (diversity toolkit flyer)
It is worth mentioning that CIArb's next event "The Key Players in International Arbitral Proceedings: Roles and Evolution" which will be held in Paris on 12 April 2019 will involve three speakers who are also members of ArbitralWomen - Hanna Abdou, Olena Gulyanytska FCIArb and Dr Amel Makhlouf MCIArb.
To learn more and book your place, please click here:
14 Sep 2023The use of AI in international arbitration – thoughts from the coalface
Claire Morel de Westgaver, partner at BCLP and chair of Ciarb’s Technology and ADR Thought Leadership Group, and Siobhan Abraham, associate at BCLP share insights on the use of AI in international arbitration.