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Eduardo Silva Romero talks of advancing diversity, scope of ICC Institute as new Chair

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Eduardo Silva Romero, Co-Chair of Dechert’s International Arbitration Global Practice, was elected as Chair of the ICC Institute of World Business Law last year. Having stepped into his role officially in January, he has an ambitious agenda for the global think-tank. We sat down with Mr Silva Romero to learn about his plans to prioritise diversity and expand the focus of the Institute to ensure it remains a driver of world business law excellence.

3 reasons to submit your thesis for the ICC Institute Prize

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Calling all professionals under the age of 40. If you are writing a doctoral dissertation or long essay of 150 pages or more on the subject of international commercial law, including arbitration, share your work for a chance to win the 2019 ICC Institute Prize. With the deadline closing on 5 April, this is your last opportunity to enter the competition.

ICC Institute in retrospect: Beyond knowledge sharing and learning

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After one publication, three first-class events and 14 interactive trainings across 10 cities from San Francisco to Paris, the ICC Institute of World Business Law—the world business organization’s dedicated body for the promotion of international business law and arbitration—is wrapping up a full year of activities. That’s more than 700 participants, representing close to 70 countries who understand the power of continual learning and the importance of stimulating new and innovative ideas.

Last chance to join the ICC Institute’s training on ICT in arbitration

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In business transactions, everything is going digital and the world of international arbitration is no exception. But as arbitrators, it can be challenging to work both securely and efficiently. For legal practitioners wanting to bolster their knowledge and practical know-how, the ICC Institute of World Business Law invites you to attend its dedicated a one-and-a-half day training on the tools to best handle information and communication technology (ICT) in international arbitration. The course is set to be held in Paris from 4-5 December.