International Arbitration Course
Arbitration - and in particular international arbitration - is at a pivotal moment in its development in that not only have there been many jurisprudential changes but there are different ways in which the State and Parties are seeking to use the process. With guidance and tuition from two of the world's leading practitioners, this course will explore these issues and the development of arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism.
In association with the internationally acclaimed Mediation School of London, the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa) NPC invites you to attend this world class course in Arbitration.
This internationally accredited Arbitration Course is not just for Lawyers. It is a course for people keen to learn the skills of arbitration and apply these skills in an effective manner in the civil or commercial context anywhere around the world. The course is skill based and builds on all the experience of the varied participants.
Learning Format / Course Structure
The course will be interactive and dynamic. It will provide a superb update to those experienced in the field of arbitration and a composite foundation to the highest current London standards for those who wish to begin their arbitration career.
Register now - places are limited: and don't forget the gala dinner on Thursday 10 November 2016.
Sir Peter Cresswell
Sir Peter was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1966. During his legal career he has been the President of the Bar Council and held judicial positions in the Commercial, Admiralty and High Courts. Sir Peter now conducts Arbitrations and Mediations around the world in the fields of banking/financial services/derivatives, international sales of goods and businesses, construction, renewables etc. He also holds judicial positions in Qatar and the Cayman Islands.
Dr Robert Gaitskell QC
Robert was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1978, He is a practicing barrister specialising in the fields of technology, engineering and construction. Robert has also held judicial positions and is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He arbitrates around the world and is the editor of ‘The Construction Dispute Resolution Handbook’ (2nd edition).
Jonathan Dingle FRSA
Jonathan was called to the Bar of England in Wales in 1986 following a distinguished career as a Commander in the Royal Navy. He is a practising barrister, International arbitrator and mediator with particular interests in construction and insurance. Jonathan is the founder of the Civil Mediation Council, author of The Mediation Handbook and teaches mediation worldwide.
- From 2016-11-07 00:00 to 2016-11-11 00:00
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