The 16th Annual Lecture, Arbitrator Impartiality and Independence vs. Inter-Dependence: Myth vs. Reality and its Impact, will be delivered by Carolyn Lamm, Partner at White & Case LLP. Due to health concerns, It will take place live at WCL in room 400 only for the WCL community. However, it will be broadcast via webinar to registered people around the world.
The Arbitration Annual Lecture seeks to contribute to the development of scholarship and honor individuals who have distinguished themselves in the field. The event is sponsored by Arnold & Porter. The media partner is TDM.
The event is free and open to the public. However, registration is required.
Carolyn Lamm, Partner at White & Case regularly serves as lead counsel in high-stakes, cutting-edge cases, successfully resolving significant international arbitrations involving international corporations and sovereign clients. She also serves as lead counsel in arbitration-related litigation.
She is the Distinguished Faculty Chair at the University of Miami School of Law in the White & Case LLM program in International Arbitration, where she teaches International Investment Arbitration. Carolyn is also a fellow at the American College of Trial Lawyers, the preeminent organization of trial lawyers in North America dedicated to the highest standards of trial advocacy, professionalism, and the administration of justice.
Carolyn is a past President of the District of Columbia Bar and the American Bar Association and until recently, was the ABA's representative to the International Bar Association
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