Date: 19 January 2023
Time: 14.00 - 18.15 UK time
Today, Africa is arguably the most magnetic of the world's emerging economies with a fast-rising youthful population and enormous opportunities for international trade and investments. Disputes arising in Africa have increased more than disputes from other parts of the world in all major arbitration institutes.
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), in cooperation with Queen Mary University of London and Babcock University, are organising the second African Arbitration Day, an authoritative conference on recent developments and topics of interest in international arbitration in Africa. The event will bring together leading practitioners, arbitrators and academics working in the area of international arbitration related to Africa. The conference will address the most significant challenges and offer deep insights into issues that will affect strategy in dealing with disputes in future.
Conference Convened by Prof. Stavros Brekoulakis,QMUL, Prof. Bankole Sodipo, Babcock University, Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Cairo University & Prof. Eva Lein, Director of the Centre of Comparative Law of BIICL and UNIL.
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