In this lunch talk on Friday, February 26, Professor Diego P. Fernández Arroyois will address the current expectations and requirements from the parties in international arbitration and make a general assessment of the answers given by institutions and professional associations.
Please register via this link: https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Fzoyf5asQziW_drDNsWk2g.
Diego P. Fernández Arroyo is a professor at Sciences Po Law School in Paris and honorary professor of the Universities of Buenos Aires and Cordoba. He teaches subjects related to international dispute resolution, arbitration, conflict of laws, comparative law, and global governance, and he is the director of the Sciences Po LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement. Professor Fernández Arroyo is a member of the Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law, an Associate of the Institut de droit international, a former President of the American Association of Private International Law (ASADIP), and the current Secretary General of the International Academy of Comparative Law. He has been invited in a number of Universities of Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia and he has been a Global Professor of New York University. Professor Fernández Arroyo is a member of the Argentine Delegation before UNCITRAL (Working Groups on Arbitration and on ISDS Reform) since 2003. He is actively involved in the practice of international arbitration as an independent arbitrator. He has acted as co-arbitrator, President of the Tribunal and Sole Arbitrator in many arbitral proceedings, both ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and institutional (ICC, ICSID, Milan Arbitration Chamber, Bogota Chamber of Commerce, Brazilian Center of Mediation and Arbitration, etc.). He is a member of the ICSID panels of arbitrators and conciliators appointed by Argentina, and a Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration appointed by Argentina. Professor Fernández Arroyo has published several books and a number of articles in publications of more than 20 countries. He is fluent in Spanish, French, English, Italian and Portuguese.