11 Mar 2019
On 8 March 2019, CIArb celebrated International Women's Day with an evening lecture delivered by Lucy Greenwood C. Arb entitled "Why I don't have a boiling tap: the effect of social conditioning on careers in the law". The event was generously hosted by Pinsent Masons LLP. The lecture was very well attended and marked one of many CIArb initiatives in promoting diversity and inclusion in ADR.
At the beginning of the event, Marion Smith QC FCIArb welcomed the attendees and briefly described CIArb's actions and policies reflecting its commitment to diversity. She underlined that although the main focus of the night was on women, the true point of the events like that was about embracing inclusivity. She further referred to functions of an arbitrator such as the capacity to decide, to inspire trust, capacity not to need approval and manage the proceedings and emphasised that these skills are not exclusive to any specific gender, race, nationality or social class. Marion then int
20 Mar 2019Introduction to International Arbitration course in Sri Lanka
Introduction to International Arbitration course will take place on 30 April 2019 in Sri Lanka.
19 Mar 2019London Branch Seminar: The Use of ADR in Professional Indemnity Claims
On 14 February 2019, the London Branch held a seminar on ADR in the Professional Indemnity sector.
18 Mar 2019Forthcoming courses in Australia
CIArb Australia Branch is delighted to offer two courses which will take place in May and June 2019. The first one is an Introduction To International Arbitration in Perth and the second is an Accelerated Route Toward Fellowship (ARF) in Sydney.