Back to Basics: Make Arbitration Flexible (Again!)
When: Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Le Café des Arbitres is back in Paris for its 10th edition.
Panels and Speakers
We will be holding two panels:
- Is arbitration adaptable and flexible enough?
- Do we need more rules and if so what type of rules?
- Loukas Mistelis (Queen Mary)
- Anna Masser (Allen & Overy)
- Rémy Gerbay (Queen Mary/MoloLamken)
- Maria Hauser (Hanefeld)
- Karl Hennessee (Airbus)
- Jennifer Kirby (Kirby Arbitration)
- Alexis Mourre (Mourre Partners)
- Annet van Hooft (Van Hooft Legal)
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International Arbitration Survey
Queen Mary's School of International Arbitration is one of Europe’s leading research centres on International Dispute Resolution. It conducts empirical studies with the financial support of various partners. We invite you to participate in our 2020 "International Arbitration Survey 'Adapting Arbitration to a Changing World'". ou can go directly to the Survey here.