Seminar in Milan, 3 October: Tips for Conducting a Successful Arbitration

Together with CAM and with the support of ASLA, Young ICCA will host a free workshop on 3 October in Milan. The interactive workshop will focus on the subject “Tips for Conducting a Successful Arbitration”. English will be the working language of the event.

Speakers for the workshop include:

Stefano Azzali, CAM, Milan
Cecilia Carrara, Legance, Rome
Domenico Di Pietro, Freshfields, Milan
Hussein Haeri, Of Counsel, Eversheds, Paris
Eva Kalnina, Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Geneva
Michael McIlwrath, GE, Florence
Michele Potestà, Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Geneva
Luca Radicati di Brozolo, Milan
David Roney, Partner, Sidley Austin, Geneva
Eliana Tornese, ICC, Paris

To see the full programme and to register, please follow the link below:

http://www.camera-arbitrale.it/en/news/Tips+for+conducting+a+successful+arbitration.php?id=455

Second Annual Young ICCA University of Miami Scholarship Recipient Announced

19 July 2013 — Young ICCA and the University of Miami are pleased to announce that Eric Van Eyken of Appleton & Associates, Toronto, Canada is the recipient of the second annual Young ICCA University of Miami Scholarship.  Eric will follow in the footsteps of previous recipient Wamiq Chowdhury and begin an LLM Degree in International Arbitration during the 2013/2014 academic year.

Eric said: “I am very grateful to the ICCA in granting me this opportunity to expand my understanding of international arbitration practice and international law through studying at the University of Miami. The ICCA scholarship will allow me to build upon my existing practice in international arbitration through learning from some of the world’s leading professors and practitioners. I am honoured to be selected from among the many accomplished members of the Young ICCA.”

Young ICCA Co-Chair, Timothy Foden, added “we are very excited for Eric.  Although there were several well-qualified applicants, his application really stood out.  Young ICCA is grateful to Prof. Keith Rosenn who reviewed the applications because of a conflict that prevented Prof. Paulsson from doing so.  On behalf of my other Young ICCA Co-Chairs, Jim and Maria, we wish Eric the best next year”.