ILS International Arbitration Practice Course Lecture 1
The International Law Section (ILS) invites you to attend the International Arbitration Practice Course 2019 - Lecture 1, chaired by Mary Walker.
The ILS is privileged to have guest speakers Jo Delaney (Baker & McKenzie), Deborah Tomkinson (ACICA), Gitanjali Bajaj (DLA) and Anne Hoffman (HSF) present and speak on the topic of 'Overview of arbitration, key concepts and benefits'.
Overview of arbitration, key concepts and benefits
This lecture will provide an overview of arbitration, the key principles underlying arbitration and the key benefits:
- what is arbitration?
- institutional vs ad hoc arbitration - consider different arbitral rules (ACICA, ICC, SIAC, LCIA, HKIAC, UNCITRAL Rules)
- key principles in arbitration - party autonomy, separability and competence-competence
- role of the UNCITRAL Model Law
- key benefits, including enforcement under the New York Convention, confidentiality and cost and time efficiencies
|ILS Member - 4 Session Ticket *incl GST||$120.00|
|Non-Member - 4 Session Ticket *incl GST||$195.00|
|ILS Member - Lecture 1 Session Ticket *incl GST||$40.00|
|Non-Member - Lecture 1 Session Ticket *incl GST||$65.00|
Registrations close 19 August 2019. A light breakfast will be provided.
Video conferencing will be available for this event. If you wish to utlise the video conferencing option, please contact the Section Administrator.
Jo Delaney is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Dispute Resolution team in Sydney. Jo has more than 14 years of experience as counsel in complex cross-border disputes based in Sydney and London, most of which were resolved through international arbitration.
Jo re-joined Baker McKenzie in 2013, having spent her first two years as a graduate lawyer in the Sydney office. In the intervening time, Jo developed her international arbitration experience at a preeminent arbitration practice London. Jo has experience in commercial, construction and investment arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, SIAC, AAA, UNCITRAL and ICSID arbitration rules. That experience covers a diverse range of industries including energy, resources and infrastructure, general construction, and telecommunications and information technology.
Mary Walker has been at the forefront of ADR in Australia for the last 28 years. During this period, as a member of an independent Bar, Mary has arbitrated, mediated, negotiated, facilitated multi-party, environmental and community disputes, designed dispute resolution systems and provided expert appraisal and ombudsman services in respect to thousands of disputes referred by solicitors, industry and government bodies and corporations both domestic and international.
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