GAR Live: Delhi

9 March 2024 at the Delhi High Court
 GAR Live: Delhi

FICL is pleased to support Global Arbitration Review Live: Delhi part of Delhi Arbitration Week, on 9 March 2024 at the Delhi High Court. This is your opportunity to connect with international and local practitioners to discuss ‘modernising international arbitration through reform’, over five topical panel discussions.

Join us at GAR Live: Delhi, part of Delhi Arbitration Week, on 9 March 2024 at the Delhi High Court.

Enjoy a cutting-edge agenda co-designed by Gautam BhattacharyyaReed Smith and Justice Srikrishnaindependent arbitrator, delivering five topical sessions discussing the latest trends in Indian arbitration delivered by a cohort of internationally renowned practitioners. 

You can expect: 

  • A keynote speech delivered by Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman, former judge, Supreme Court of India, addressing a topical issue

  • First thoughts and key takeaways on the proposed English Arbitration Act reforms. Will the reforms address the existing weaknesses? How will they compare to other jurisdictions? 

  • A review of the current state of investor-state arbitration. What’s working, what’s not, and what needs to be done to improve the situation? 

  • Can intentional arbitration deal with climate-related disputes nationally and internationally? Is the practice properly equipped with such disputes? Hear from leading climate dispute practitioners

  • GAR Live Arbitrator Question Time: ask a panel of leading arbitrators your burning questions. Receive invaluable practical advice to further your career. Speakers on this session include:GAR Live: Delhi is taking place as part of the Delhi Arbitration Weekend (DAW). All registration will need to be secured via the DAW website, available here. You will need to select GAR Live during the registration process, to ensure that you are registered for this event. 

Please note that all registrations are subject to approval by the DAW Organisers. 

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