02 Apr 2019
New York Law School, in affiliation with the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and CIArb, will hold the Third Annual Commercial Dispute Resolution “Boot Camp” at London’s Institute for Advanced Legal Studies on 12-14 June 2019 in London.
This intensive two-day-plus course helps lawyers keep abreast of the fundamental issues implicated in negotiating, drafting and enforcing dispute resolution provisions in cross-border deals. The course provides basic training for attorneys and business people seeking an introduction to the rudiments of cross-border commercial dispute resolution, as well as an opportunity to meet some of the most accomplished practitioners in the field.
Topics will include:
The list of presenters at the course include:
Mark E. Appel, (ArbDB Chambers)
Tracey Fox, (Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution)
Jane Gunn, (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators)
Kai-Uwe Karl, (GE Renewable Energy)
Diarmuid Laffan, (4 New Square)
Mercy McBrayer, (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators)
Peter Phillips, (New York Law School)
Edward Poulton, (Baker McKenzie)
Nathalie Allen Prince, (Boies Schiller Flexner)
Samantha Rowe, (Debevoise& Plimpton LLP)
Thomas Snider, (Al Tamimi & Company)
Wolf Von Kumberg, (ArbDB Chambers)
David Walker, (Augusta Ventures)
Wang Fang, (China Council for the Promotion of International Trade)
General Admission: $995.00
NYLS Alumni, ICDR/CCPIT/CIArb Affiliates/Members: $845.00
For the candidates who sign up and pay before 1 May 2019, there is an Early Bird Discount ($100.00).
To find out more and book your place, please follow the link below:
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