03 Jun 2019
CIArb is pleased to promote the first ever UK-China Arbitration Summit which will take place on 10-11 June 2019 in London.
This unique event will bring together leading practitioners from the UK and China to discuss the latest developments in international arbitration in an Anglo-Chinese context. The summit will also promote legal links and business between practitioners from both countries.
The conference is aimed at senior representatives from leading law firms, chambers and arbitral institutions from China and the UK. The conference will be followed by a networking reception.
Confirmed speakers include:
The Right Hon Lord Hodge, Justice of the Supreme Court
Sir Jeremy Cooke, former judge of the Commercial Court, High Court; a SHIAC Panel Arbitrator and a Justice of the DIFC
Ian Gaunt MA (Cantab); FCIArb; DiplCArb , President of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association
Merethe Borge MacLeod , Executive Director of the Great Britain China Centre
Raymond Yongrui Zhu, Senior Partner, Dentons/Dacheng Law Offices, Beijing
Charles Wu, Head of regulatory section of ACLA; Director of Wu and Associates Law Firm
Linda Yang , Global Partner & Executive Chairwoman of Yingke International Board of Directors
Charles Qin, Partner at Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
Vicky Zhao , Partner at AnJie Law Firm, Beijing
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There are also still sponsorship opportunities available. Contact: AMalik@BarCouncil.org.uk
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