Economic crises, financial volatility, social transformations, and political instability around the world have created a favorable environment for economic nationalism and other movements that may prove disruptive of the global economic world order that arose after the Cold War. International commercial and investment arbitration are particularly sensitive to such trends. For decades international arbitration professionals have advocated for the homogenization of regulations in international dispute settlement. The 1958 New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards was seen as the epitome of a transnational arbitral order that could offer an efficient legal framework for unhindered international business.
Panel II: Ariff, Partner, Dechert LLP - Europe.
Panel III: Jane Y. Willems, Associate Professor, Tsinghua University School of Law, Beijing & Jingzhou Tao, Partner, Dechert LLP, Beijing - Asia and Africa.
Panel IV: Nigel Blackaby, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP – America .
This symposium is organized with the institutional sponsorship of the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) in Bonn (Germany), the World Trade Institute in Bern (Switzerland), the Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre (United Arab Emirates), the School of Law of the Tsinghua University (China), and the Externado University in Bogotá (Colombia). It is also sponsored by Dechert LLP.
- Open To Alumni AND Students
The Symposium on Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration is organized biannually by the Center on International Commercial Arbitration with the purpose of presenting a global perspective of current developments in international arbitration throughout the world. This year's Symposium will discuss Arbitration in Times of Economic Nationalism in BIT and ICSID and in the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and East Asia.
- Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff