ICC events

ICC events take place at venues around the world, covering an array of legal and business issues and providing unrivalled networking opportunities. They are open to ICC members and non-members alike.

29-31Mar

ICC PIDA1 Training – Shanghai

The training will simulate how ICC Arbitration functions, highlighting differences in cultures and legal practices. Participants will develop first-hand experience and knowledge of the new ICC Rules, as well as the practice of international commercial arbitration, tools that have become essential in today’s international business environment.

01Apr 19

3rd ICC European Conference on International Arbitration

1 April 2019 marks the 3rd ICC European Conference. This conference is a “must attend” for arbitration professionals who want to keep up to date on the latest institutional developments and the evolution of arbitration in Europe.

20-22Apr

ICC PIDA1 Training – Ho Chi Minh City

The training will simulate how ICC Arbitration functions, highlighting differences in cultures and legal practices. Participants will develop first-hand experience and knowledge of the new ICC Rules, as well as the practice of international commercial arbitration, tools that have become essential in today’s international business environment.

14May 19

PRE-ICN FORUM 2019: “Emerging Trends in Antitrust Policy and Enforcement: Colombia, Latin America, and Beyond”

Co-organised by ICC and the IBA, the Pre-International Competition Network (Pre-ICN) Forum is an annual high-level forum where attendees can take part in an interactive discussion on competition law enforcement and policy and get insights directly from regulators and business experts.

26-28Jul

Asia Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition

The ICC Australia Asia-Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition allows university students to gain valuable skills in mediation, an essential area of dispute resolution in international commercial law. The Competition follows the well-established ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition Rules, which allow for students to exhibit their mediation skills in a realistic mock commercial dispute. The competition problems are developed by professional mediators, and based on real international commercial disputes.