VII Oxford Arbitration Day
After many successful editions since 2016, we are currently organising the VII Oxford Arbitration Day.
The in-person event will take place on Friday, 24 November 2023, at the University of Oxford, and it is co-organised by the Commercial Law Centre (University of Oxford), the Oxford International Arbitration Society, the EDUCA Foundation, and Canal Arbitragem.
The event is comprised of four panels, with 19 speakers and 4 moderators, discussing (i) arbitration and insolvency, (ii) ethics in international arbitration, (iii) energy disputes and international sanctions, and (iv) climate change and ESG disputes. The final session is a must-see fireside chat with Paula Hodges KC and Eduardo Silva Romero.
Wolfson College - University of Oxford, Linton Rd, OX2 6UD Oxford
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