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The Harvard International Arbitration Law Students Association (HIALSA) will host its second session in the Workshop series. The Workshop will cover nine individual sessions with prominent practitioners and academics each time, beginning with the preliminary steps in a dispute and concluding with the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards. The Workshop would serve as a novel space to learn about the practice of international arbitration! Further information on the Workshop can be found here: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/hialsa/workshop/.
Following our first session on “Initial Steps in a Dispute: What Comes before the Briefs,” in our second session, we are pleased to welcome Mr. Kabir Duggal (Baker McKenzie New York Senior Associate) to discuss “Written Submissions in International Arbitration.”
Everyone interested in dispute resolution, international law, and beyond is welcome, regardless of prior knowledge! Delicious sandwiches will be served. If you have any questions, please email HIALSA at email@example.com.
If you or an event participant requires disability-related accommodations, please contact DOS Accessibility Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-495-1880 in advance of the event.
Bio: Kabir Duggal is a senior associate in the Baker McKenzie’s International Arbitration Practice Group in New York focusing on international investment law. He also acts as a Consultant for the United Nations Office of the High Representative for Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS). Mr. Duggal is a Lecturer-in-Law at the Columbia Law School, teaching “International Investment Law and Arbitration.” He has published several articles and books and is regularly invited to speak at conferences globally. He is the Managing Editor for Columbia Law School’s “The American Review of International Arbitration” and is an editor for investmentclaims.com hosted by Oxford University Press. He also serves on ICSID Review’s Peer Review Board and is an Associate Editor for Brill-Nijhoff publisher’s international law and arbitration section.
Mr. Duggal has been awarded the inaugural “Diversity Fellowship” by the American Bar Association, Section of International Law and serves on HIALSA’s Advisory Board. Mr. Duggal also sits as an arbitrator and mediator. He has been listed as a Rising Star in international arbitration by Who’s Who Legal.