The 16th Annual Arbitration Review: Arbitrators and the State – How Independent? is organized by British Institute of International and Comparative Law and sponsored by SR Shackleton International Law.
Thursday 27 June 2013 09:30 to 18:00
This year’s Annual Arbitration Review will examine the role of the courts, supportive or interfering. How independent are arbitrators? How far can arbitrators go in terms of merits, jurisdiction, procedure and evidence and remedies? Do arbitrators enjoy more freedom from local judicial constraints in some jurisdictions than others?
Full-time Academic £100
Full-time Student £33
Full-time Academic £166
Full-time Student £55
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