4-5 Gay's Inn Sqaure


Realising Arbitration's Promise in the 2020s

To dream of things that never were and ask "Why not?"

Institute of Engineering & Technology, Savoy Place, London & online via Virtual Reality,
hosted by
The International Group, 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square

Postponed until September 2022 - more details coming soon



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Why should you attend?


Diverse panels discussing a variety of trends across international arbitration


Over 20 speakers including many of arbitration's best-known names


Network with the field’s legends, leaders and rising stars


New, interactive physical:virtual immersive experience


Held at the inspiring Institution of Engineering & Technology, London


First-ever hybrid arbitration conference hosted partially in VR


CPD and CLE available

Topics include:

  What's changed post-Covid?

  Is it time to rethink arbitration's corruption jurisprudence?

  Have video arbitrations made us fundamentally rethink evidence in arbitration?

  How are arbitral institutions responding to change?

  Have clients rethought what it is that they want out of the arbitral process?

  Tech trends: Beyond video, blockchain and dispute resolution of the future

  What about Brexit?

Speakers include:

The international team at 4-5 Gray's Inn Square, led by Paul Cohen.

Crina Baltag, University of Stockholm

James Bridgeman SC, 4-5 Grays Inn Square

Guido Carducci, 4-5 Grays Inn Square

Hugh Carlson, Three Crowns

Bernardo Cremades Sr, Cremades y asociados

Bernardo Cremades Jr, Cremades y asociados

Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC, Atkin Chambers

Steve Fleming, Opus 2

Duarte Henriques, BCH Lawyers

Amanda Lee, Costigan King

Julian Lew QC, Twenty Essex

Dana MacGrath, ArbitralWomen

Annette Magnusson, SCC

Tim Mayer, Therium Litigation Funding

Sophie Nappert, 3VB

Jan Paulsson, Three Crowns

Rekha Rangachari, NYIAC

Catherine Rogers, Arbitrator Intelligence

David Samuels, GAR

Les Schiefelbein, Global Dispute Resolution, ex Lockheed.

Patricia Shaughnessy, University of Stockholm

Mick Smith, Calunius Capital

The first-ever hybrid arbitration conference to be hosted partially in VR

Remote attendees will be able to engage with a virtual mapping of the conference space and immerse themselves in a unique physical:virtual experience, Allseated. Network with other participants in online video calls, participate in the live discussions and explore exclusive virtual breakout spaces

Opus 2 Purple

Supported by

If you’re transitioning to a virtual or hybrid arbitration hearing, Opus 2 is here to help. We’ll take away the hassle and provide you with the support and expertise you need to conduct seamless remote hearings, for smooth-running and timely conclusion of your matters.

Learn more

The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)


 Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center – SVAMC