This event will examine to what extent and in what ways arbitration raises challenges for building the rule of law. Speakers will look at the benefits that arise from arbitration, e.g., as it affects investment (including in emerging economies and developing countries), or as it enhances the rule of law by using good procedural practice and achieving substantive outcomes resulting in commitments that will be honoured.
At the same time, they will address the way arbitration poses a challenge to, and even diminution of, the rule of law by virtue of its privatisation of process and individualisation of outcomes, where the practice and precedent are not carried forward into formal procedural justice.
Sir William Blair, Judge in Charge of the Commercial Court
Hon Dr Justice Chandrachud, Supreme Court of India
Julian DM Lew QC, 20 Essex Street
Dr Emilia Onyema, School of Oriental and African Studies
Dipen Sabharwal, White & Case
This event is accredited with 2 CPD hours.
Pricing and Registration
Individual - £55
Full-time Academic - £35
Full-time Student - £25
Individual - £95
Full-time Academic - £60
Full-time Student - £35
N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.
Free NGO Places
A limited number of places for this event are available for staff of NGOs to attend free of charge as part of an initiative by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law to provide NGOs with access to legal education and training events.