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Regionalism in International Arbitration

19th June 2012

This event deals with the phenomenon of regionalisation of arbitration and its advantages and shortcomings. Topics include the expansion of international arbitral venues (LCIA, PCA, The Hague International Financial Tribunal), recent developments in regional arbitration centres (Hong Kong, Singapore, Cairo, Dubai, India, Jerusalem) as well as regionalism in investment arbitration (Latin America, ASEAN, NAFTA).

The conference programme is available to view here.

Kindly sponsored by

Queen Mary University of London Herbert Smith


Please note:
The Jerusalem Arbitration Centre invites delegates and participants to attend a reception organized on its behalf from 19.00. Location will be announced at the conference.


CPD points may be claimed by both Barristers and Solicitors by attending this event


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