Date: 4 May 2020
Time: 09:00-18:00 (registration from 08:30) TBC
BIICL in cooperation with Queen Mary University of London and Babcock University are organising the first African Arbitration Day, an authoritative conference on recent developments and topics of interest in international arbitration in Africa.
The event will be held on Tuesday 26 May 2020. It will bring together leading practitioners, arbitrators and academics working in the area of international arbitration related to Africa.
The speakers will discuss the following topics:
- The challenges of having Africa as a preferred seat of arbitration
- Inclusiveness: Choice of Africans as Arbitrators
- Dealing with Investment Treaty Challenges
- Court support for Arbitral Panels: Interim Orders
- The Relevance of Economic Crimes and Illegality
- State immunity
- Data Mining Arbitration in Africa
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