Future Challenges of International Arbitration

Future Challenges of International Arbitration

Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London
Speaking Engagement

The Queen Mary Alternative Dispute Resolution Society is proud to present a panel discussion and Q&A on Future Challenges of International Arbitration.

Introductory remarks:

  • Dr. Crina Baltag (Attorney-at-Law / Senior Lecturer)


  • Samuel Pape (Latham & Watkins)


  • Dr. Conway Blake (Debevoise & Plimpton): The annulment of awards in the English Courts
  • Jonathan Lim (WilmerHale): Mediation and investor-State disputes
  • Ylli Dautaj (University of Edinburgh): The law applicable to the arbitration agreement – is a traditional choice of law analysis necessary?
  • Flavia Marisi (Ghent University): Environmental interests in investment arbitration
  • Alex Stanescu (GIN Platform – Blockchain Infrastructure): Blockchain and AI in international arbitration

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