20 Mar 2019
Introduction to International Arbitration course will take place on 15 August 2019 in Sri Lanka.
The aim of the course is to provide an understanding of the general principles of international arbitration and its relationship to other dispute resolution processes. The course will equip candidates with an introduction to the legal framework of, and good practice and procedure in, international arbitration in their jurisdiction.
The course will be delivered by Amanda Lees (Director, CIArb Singapore, Partner, Simmons Simmons Singapore) and Asya Jamaludin (Counsel, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Singapore LLP)
This one day course starts at 8.30 am and finishes at 5.30 pm. The course will be conducted at Colombo Swimming Club Business Centre addressed 148 “Storm Lodge” Galle Road 3, 00300, Sri Lanka.
The standard course fee is LKR 17,500. The fee includes registration on the course, study materials, lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
CIArb is delighted to spread knowledge and understanding of international arbitration to new jurisdictions and conduct its first course in Sri Lanka. Through international courses like this one, CIArb seeks to promote greater use of alternative dispute resolution methods. CIArb is passionate about promoting a harmonious society and helping people and organisations avoid, manage and resolve conflicts and strongly believes that training in ADR is a key component in this mission.
To book your place please complete the registration form and return to:
T +65 6509 6034 (Singapore)
For further information about the course please refer to the attached flyer.
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Course Registration form
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