Cambridge Arbitration Day
International Investment & Commercial Arbitration
4/5 March, 2016
Faculty of Law , 10 West Road in Cambridge, CB3 9DZ
The Young Practitioners Event is supported (and co-organized) by the International Chamber of Commerce Young Practitioners Forum (ICC-YAF).
In cooperation with
4TH March 2016
6 PM to 8: 30 PM (GMT)
Bateman Auditorium, Gonville & Caius College
5th March 2016, Faculty of Law, Cambridge
8:30 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 6:00 PM (Lunch 1 PM to 2 PM) GMT
Registration for the Young Practitioners Event and Arbitration Day is free of charge.
Please register at the following:
Please note that the event and programme are subject to modification.
For any queries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cambridge Arbitration Day will close with a three course dinner in the beautiful Dining Hall of Wolfson College on 5th March 2016, Saturday, at 7 PM.
Here you will have the chance to review the conference with old and new friends.
Price and payment:
The price for students is 22 £. The price for practitioners is 32 £.
Please register your details by 28th February 2016 and dietary requirements (if any) in the following form:
Kindly make your payment by Bank Transfer by 5 PM (GMT) on Monday, 29th February to secure a seat.
While making the payment, (please do not forget to state the names of the guest(s) for which payment is made)
Bank account details for payment:
1.Cambridge University Graduate Law Society
2. Sort Code: 30-91-56
3. Account No.: 00120609
After payment kindly send an email to email@example.com with the screenshot of the payment page.
Places are limited and booking is subject to availability. Your seat at the dinner is not secured unless you get a confirmation email.
University of Cambridge
Topic : Arbitration Agreements in Europe: West Tankers Revisted
Counsel, Volterra Fietta
Topic : Cross-examination of Witnesses in International Arbitration
University of Oxford
Topic : Injustice behind close doors? - TTIP and the Crisis on Investment Arbitration
Partner, Volterra Fietta
Topic :The Role of Precedents in International Arbitration
Associate, Arnold & Porter LLP
Topic : The European Commission’s Proposal for an Investment Arbitration
Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
Topic : Drafting and Advising on Asymmetrical Arbitration Clauses
Senior Associate, Three Crowns LLP
Topic :Claims Against Spain under the ECT – Spanish Legal Reform that Affected the Renewable Energy Sector
Counsel, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Topic : Environmental Counterclaims in International Investment Arbitration
Partner, Arnold & Porter
Topic : The Clash Between Intra – EU BITs and European Law – The Micula Case
Topic : Multiple Parties in International Arbitration
Herbert Smith Freehills
Topic : Settlement During Arbitration Proceedings
Counsel, Wilmer Hale
Topic : The Pechstein Case – Is there a future for sports arbitration?
Partner, Raffa & Ebeid Lawyers
Topic : Harmonization of International Arbitration Rules
Partner, Shearman & Sterling LLP
Topic :Third Party Funding in International Arbitration: “Access to Justice or Fuel for the Litigation Industry?”
Partner, Shearman & Sterling LLP
Topic : Investor – State Arbitration and Public Health Policies – The Phillip Morris Case
If you are looking for a place to stay, this section will provide you with some tips that can be useful.
Booking.com is a popular place to start. In this webpage you can search all sorts of accommodation (hotels, B&B, hostels, apartments, etc) to suit all budgets.
Varsity Hotel and Spa The rates include continental breakfast, access to the gym and spa, and Wi-Fi. This hotel is located at Thompson’s Lane (16-minute walk to the Law Faculty). You can book through website .
The rates include Wi-Fi and breakfast. The hotel is located at Mill Lane (9-minute walk to the Law Faculty).
The rates include Wi-Fi and breakfast. The hotel is located at Downing Street (14-minute walk to the Law Faculty). Bookings in this have a discount for University of Cambridge events so do ask for the special price.
The rates include Wi-Fi and parking space (not all rates include breakfast). The hotel is located at Gonville Place (23-minute walk, or 7-minute drive, to the Faculty of Law).
The rates include Wi-Fi and breakfast. The hotel is located at Lensfield Road (15-minute walk to the Law Faculty).
A unique backstage pass providing the opportunity to stay in a historic Cambridge college during your visit to this heritage-rich city. These centrally-located bed and breakfast (B&B) or self catering rooms are a cost effective alternative to staying in Cambridge hotels.
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4th March – GLS Young Practitioners EventBateman Auditorium Gonville & Caius College Trinity Street Cambridge CB2 1TA
5th March - GLS Arbitration Day EventThe Faculty of Law, 10 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DZ, United Kingdom.
5th March – GLS Arbitration Day DinnerWolfson College Barton Road Cambridge CB3 9BB