Having gained popularity through the years, international arbitration has become the leading procedure for resolving disputes resulting from international commercial disputes. As a result, the need for the proper training is essential. The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Institute’s condensed two-and-a-half day Masterclass for Arbitrators will be held on 22-24 February 2016 in New York and consist of presentations and interactive discussions, using mock cases designed to polish participants’ understanding of fundamentals and best practices related to serving as an arbitrator.
Topics will include: the constitution of the arbitral tribunal, the conduct of the proceedings, case management techniques, the conducting of hearings, decisions as to the costs of the arbitration and arbitrator immunity, among other important subjects pertaining to arbitration.
The career-enhancing training provides participants with numerous opportunities: become part of interactive discussions led by prominent international practitioners and academics; learn firsthand from these leading experts; and develop contacts that will serve them as they progress as international arbitrators.
Our goal is to champion knowledge and this is the perfect forum to ensure that the highest quality of learning is provided to those wanting to become international arbitrators.
Practical aspects in managing an international arbitration case will also be highlighted. “Our goal is to champion knowledge and this is the perfect forum to ensure that the highest quality of learning is provided to those wanting to become international arbitrators,” said Chairman of the ICC Institute of World Business Law, Yves Derains who will be chairing this Masterclass.
Practitioners who have substantial experience in international commercial arbitration as counsel, but no experience as arbitrators, as well as arbitrators wanting to expand their expertise, are advised to register. Past participant Peer Dalland of Dalland Associates P/L in Australia described the masterclass as “a must for all arbitrators wishing to be involved in international arbitration.”
Please note that a Curriculum Vitae is requested upon registration as candidates must have the required experience to participate.
Attendees are eligible for 19.5 CLE and 16 MCLE credits as well as 16 CPD/CNB hours.
Enroll before 22 January 2016 to receive the early-bird rate!
Save the date: The ICC Institute Masterclass for Arbitrators will take place at Mayer Brown in New York 22-24 February 2016