CAD/2019

15 / 16 MARCH 2019

FACULTY OF LAW  / 10 WEST ROAD CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DZ

 

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15 / 16 MARCH 2019

FACULTY OF LAW  / 10 WEST ROAD CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DZ

 

 

CAD/2019

15 / 16 MARCH 2019

FACULTY OF LAW  / 10 WEST ROAD CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DZ

 

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15 MARCH  2019 Young Practitioners: How to raise your profile in the arbitration network?

(Event organised with ICC YAF)

17:00 / 17:30   REGISTRATION

17:30 / 17:40   INTRODUCTION TO CAD AND TO ICC YAF

17:40 / 19:00   PANEL DISCUSSION AND QUESTIONS 

Topics:

  • Arbitration Events: Should you go to them? How to introduce
    yourself and air your views in them?
  • Elevating your profile in public: friend or foe?
  • Should you display your professional experience?
  • Social Media: Connections, posts, likes, and effect on your
    arbitration career.
  • Institutional perspective: What is the role of arbitral institutions in
    promoting or even regulating the issues?

We invite the participants to submit questions on these topics for our panel at our email address by March 3rd.

Moderators

  • Maria Claudia Procopiak, ICC YAF and Dechert LLP
  • Faidon Varesis, University of Cambridge

Speakers:

  • Niuscha Bassiri, Hanotiau & van den Berg
  • Elizabeth Chan, Three Crowns
  • Philippe Boisvert, White & Case
  • Sarah Ganz, WilmerHale

19:00 / 20:00  DRINKS RECEPTION

LOCATION /

YP EVENT / FACULTY OF LAW (ROOM LG 19)

CAD 2017 / FACULTY OF LAW (ROOM LG 19)

 

10 West Rd, Cambridge CB3 9DZ, UK
+44 1223 330033

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Who Can Register for the Event?

CAD/2019 events are open for registration to both graduate and undergraduate law students, professionals and practitioners interested in arbitration and settlement of international disputes. 

Where are You Located?

Both the Young Practitioners’ Event and the Cambridge Arbitration Day Conference will take place at the premises of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law, 10 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DZ. 

Is Registration Free of Charge?

Yes. In order to foster the educational purpose of the events, participation at CAD/2019 is completely free of charge for all attendees. However, we would kindly ask that any cancellations/changes in participation are communicated in timely manner as refreshments and catering arrangements will be made pursuant to number of registered participants.

How Long is the Event?

CAD/2019 will take place on 15 and 16 March 2019. Our Young Practitioners’ Event will take place on 16 March 2018 between 16h and 18h (with an accompanying reception afterwards). CAD/2019 Conference will begin with registration of the participants at 9h on 16 March 2018 and is scheduled to close on 16:30h on the same day (with a drinks reception from 16:45h to 18:00h). At 20.00h an optional dinner is organised at St John’s College. 

 

 

 

CAD Organising Committee

  • Damien Charlotin, Co-Convenor

    Damien is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, where he conducts empirical and data-based analyses of international dispute-settlement. He has a Master from Sciences Po Paris and a Certificate in International Business Law and Global Governance from Columbia University and Université Paris I Sorbonne. He works as a contributor for Investment Arbitration Reporter.
  • Faidon Varesis, Co-Convenor

    Faidon is a PhD candidate and scholar at the University of Cambridge focusing on International Commercial Arbitration and Conflict of Laws. He also holds an MJur (LLM equivalent) from the University of Oxford with distinction having already completed an LLM in Civil law and an LLB from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. He was a visiting researcher and lecturer at the Catholic University of Milan and the University of Ferrara. Currently, he is coach of the Cambridge Willem C. Vis Moot team and co-founder of the Cambridge Arbitration Society (CAS).
  • Pedro Schilling De Carvalho

    Pedro is an LLM Candidate at the University of Cambridge and a PhD Candidate at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, where he obtained his LLB. He has experience in commercial arbitration, having practised in a GAR-100 ranked firm, where he represented clients in domestic and international proceedings under the ICC, LCIA, AAA, and CAM-CCBC rules. He has also published articles on arbitration, commercial law, and corporate insolvency.
  • Aliki Athina (Alina) Papanastasiou

    Alina is an LL.M. student at the University of Cambridge, focusing on international economic law. She holds an LL.B. (distinction) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, a Minor in Finance from the American College of Greece and has attended courses at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Harvard University and the International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris, where she was awarded the Laureate of the Academy Prize.
  • Katarina Lundahl

    Katarina is an Associate in the international arbitration practice of Von Wobeser y Sierra, based in Mexico City. She focuses her practice on investment arbitration and international commercial arbitration across industries in the energy and construction sectors in Latin America. Before joining Von Wobeser y Sierra, Katarina clerked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and worked at the Permanent Mission of Finland to the UN in matters related to public international law. She has published articles on the responsibility of international organisations and is currently a lecturer in international dispute resolution at Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City.
  • Nikola Klímová

    Nikola is an LLM student and scholar at the University of Cambridge, specialising in public international law. She holds master’s degrees in Law and International Relations from Charles University in Prague with distinction. She works as an associate at Squire Patton Boggs in Prague, focusing on international and domestic dispute resolution, including commercial and investor-state arbitration.
  • Alexa Biscaro

    Alexa Biscaro

    Alexa Biscaro is a research associate at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP. Her bilingual practice focuses on commercial litigation, constitutional issues, international arbitration, and business ethics and anti-corruption. After completing law school, Alexa clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Thomas Cromwell. She is currently completing her LLM in Public International Law.