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In co-sponsorship with Y-ADR, CPR’s young lawyers’ group, the Harvard International Arbitration Law Students Association (HIALSA) will welcome distinguished international arbitrators and international arbitration practitioners to host the special third and fourth sessions of the International Arbitration Workshop from 4PM-7:30PM on November 7, 2017 in Harvard Law School. All interested students, practitioners, and academics—both from Harvard Law and beyond—are welcome to attend, regardless of prior attendance in HIALSA events.
Following our first session on “Initial Steps in a Dispute: What Comes before the Briefs” and second session on “Written Submissions in International Arbitration,” the third and fourth sessions will comprise of a panel on “Hearings in International Arbitration” and a Chatham-House style roundtable discussion on the “International Arbitrator’s Perspective.” There will be a short reception with wine and light snacks in between the two sessions.
Timetable & Speakers List:
4PM-5:30PM: Session 3: Hearings in International Arbitration
• Ms. Suzana Blades (ConocoPhillips)
• Mr. Luke Sobota (Three Crowns)
5:30PM-6PM: Reception (Wine and light snacks will be served.)
6PM-7:30PM: Session 4: International Arbitrator’s Perspective
• Judge Charles Brower (20 Essex Street, Judge ad hoc of the International Court of Justice, and Judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal)
• Mr. Oscar Garibaldi (Garibaldi Arbitrator)
• Ms. Jean Kalicki (Kalicki Arbitration)
• Professor William “Rusty” Park (Boston University School of Law)
• Moderator: Mr. Hugh Carlson (Three Crowns)
Registration & Questions
If you are interested in attending, please register here in advance: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/hialsa/workshop/registration/. If you have any questions, please email HIALSA at email@example.com.
Map & Access Information
Address: Harvard Law School
1585 Massachusetts Ave.,
Cambridge MA 02138
Room: Milstein East C, which is on the second floor of Wasserstein Hall.
Access Information: Please see here: /about/campus-map-and-directions/.