CIArb Australia Annual Lecture

The Continuing Evolution of International Commercial Arbitration – Is It Still Fit for Purpose?

Guest Speaker: Paula Hodges QC, President of LCIA and Head of Global Arbitration, Herbert Smith Freehills

Maintaining our leadership as a contributor to global arbitration scholarship, we are pleased to once again host the CIArb Australia Annual Lecture. To be held in Brisbane  on 19 November, the lecture is a must-attend event of the  Australian Arbitration Week.  Our guest speaker is Paula Hodges QC, President of LCIA and Head of Global Arbitration, Herbert Smith Freehills who will speak on the topic, The Continuing Evolution of International Commercial Arbitration – Is It Still Fit for Purpose?

Proudly sponsored by global law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills the lecture will be followed by a Q & A session with drinks and canapés to be served at the conclusion of proceedings. As the event is free of charge, registration is essential.

 

 

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

 
Date:
Tuesday, 19 November 2019
 
Time:
5.15 pm – 6.15 pm (with networking drinks until 7.15 pm)
 
Venue:
Herbert Smith Freehills
480 Queen St, Brisbane City, QLD, 4000
 
RSVP:
By no later than Thursday, 14 November 2019
 
CIArb Media:
Gianna Totaro
CEO, CIArb Australia
Mob: 0438 337 328
info@ciarb.net.au
 
Proudly sponsored by:
Herbert Smith Freehills
 

Guest Speaker

Paula Hodges
Paula Hodges QC

President of LCIA and Head of Global Arbitration, Herbert Smith Freehills
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Welcome Address

Caroline Kenny QC
Caroline Kenny QC

President of CIArb Australia
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Sponsor's Remarks and Vote Of Thanks

brenda horrigan
Brenda Horrigan
President of ACICA and Head of International Arbitration Australia, Herbert Smith Freehills

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About the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Since 1915 and with over 16,000 members worldwide in over 130 countries operating in over 250 commercial sectors, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators exists for the global promotion, facilitation and development of all forms of private dispute resolution. In addition to providing education, training and accreditation for arbitrators, mediators and adjudicators, CIArb acts as an international centre for practitioners, policymakers, academics and businessmen. CIArb Australia is one of 40 branches offering institute members a prestigious, globally-recognised qualification and access to a global professional community and regular networking opportunities. www.ciarb.net.au