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Cambridge Arbitration Day

Cambridge Arbitration Day

The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration.

Panel 2: 'So I heard about that challenge': Saadia Bhatty (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:23
Panel 2: 'So I heard about that challenge': Saadia Bhatty (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Saadia Bhatty (Counsel, Gide). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 2: 'How to warn about arbitrators that tend to get it wrong on the law': Mauricio Almeida Prado (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:21
Panel 2: 'How to warn about arbitrators that tend to get it wrong on the law': Mauricio Almeida Prado (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Mauricio Almeida Prado (Partner, L.O. Baptista). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 2: 'Echo chamber of arbitration and social network': Hendrik Puschmann (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:20
Panel 2: 'Echo chamber of arbitration and social network': Hendrik Puschmann (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Hendrik Puschmann (Partner, Farrer & Co). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 1: 'Social media change: Embrace or reject': Abayomi Okubote (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:19
Panel 1: 'Social media change: Embrace or reject': Abayomi Okubote (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Abayomi Okubote (President, Association of Young Arbitrators (Africa)). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 1: 'Just a working relationship': Marily Paralika (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:18
Panel 1: 'Just a working relationship': Marily Paralika (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Marily Paralika (Associate, White & Case). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 1: 'Friend or unfriend?': Charlie Caher (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:17
Panel 1: 'Friend or unfriend?': Charlie Caher (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Charlie Caher (Partner, WilmerHale). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Panel 1: 'Arbitrator in the morning, counsel in the afternoon': Arnaud Nuyts (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:16
Panel 1: 'Arbitrator in the morning, counsel in the afternoon': Arnaud Nuyts (CAD 2019) (audio)

This panel presentation was given by Professor Arnaud Nuyts (University of Brussels – Partner, Liedekerke). <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Debate: This house believes that arbitral cases are won and lost on personae and not on the law (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:15
Debate: This house believes that arbitral cases are won and lost on personae and not on the law (CAD 2019) (audio)

In this recording, the panel debate the proposition: <br><br>Moderator: <br><br>- Audley Sheppard QC, Clifford Chance <br><br>For the proposition: <br><br>- Mark McNeill / Partner, Shearman & Sterling <br>- Wendy Miles QC / Partner, Debevoise <br><br>Against the proposition <br><br>- Patricio Grané Labat / Partner, Arnold & Porter <br>- Emilie Gonin / Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Young practitioners: How to raise your profile in the arbitration network (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:13
Young practitioners: How to raise your profile in the arbitration network (CAD 2019) (audio)

The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ <br><br>Topics for discussion: <br><br>- Arbitration Events: Should you go to them? How to introduce yourself and air your views in them? <br>- Elevating your profile in public: friend or foe? <br>- Should you display your professional experience? <br>- Social Media: Connections, posts, likes, and effect on your arbitration career. <br>- Institutional perspective: What is the role of arbitral institutions in promoting or even regulating the issues? <br><br>Moderators: <br><br>- Maria Claudia PROCOPIAC (ICC YAF; Dechert) <br>- Faidon VARESIS (University of Cambridge) <br><br>Panellists <br><br>- Niuscha BASSIRI, Hanotiau & van den Berg <br>- Elizabeth CHAN, Three Crowns <br>- Philippe BOISVERT, White & Case <br>- Sarah GANZ, WilmerHale<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.

Welcome address: Professor Richard Fentiman (CAD 2019) (audio) 22.03.2019, 18:11
Welcome address: Professor Richard Fentiman (CAD 2019) (audio)

In this recording, Professor Richard Fentiman (University of Cambridge) welcomes attendees to CAD 2019. <br><br>The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 16 March 2019 was titled 'Social Aspects of International Arbitration'. <br><br>The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 15 March 2019. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. <br><br>Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: <br><br>http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/<br><br>This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.