ICC YAAF: Artificial intelligence in international arbitration

27 Apr 2023

Berlin English
Start: 19.30 (CEST) || End: 23.00 (CEST)

Join us in Berlin for a unique discussion around the impact of artificial intelligence in the field of international arbitration!

The role and importance of artificial intelligence in global societies is ever growing. To what extent does artificial intelligence already affect practitioners in the field of international arbitration? How could the development and/or improvement of AI platforms impact the field of international arbitration in the future? We will discuss this fascinating topic from all relevant angles of an arbitration proceeding. Please join us for a moderated panel discussion with dedicated experts in the field, followed by an informal reception with excellent networking opportunities.

Who should attend? 

  • Students interested in arbitration;
  • Academics;
  • Lawyers specialised in dispute resolution or interested in arbitration; and 
  • In-house counsel

Open to those aged 40 and under, YAAF provides opportunities for individuals to gain knowledge, develop their skills and understand ICC’s arbitral procedure and other dispute resolution services.

What is ICC YAAF?

At ICC, we believe that through training and mentorship, we can mould the next generation of leading international arbitration and ADR experts. Through the ICC Young Arbitration and ADR Forum (YAAF) network, we are able to better inform, connect and inspire young professionals with interests in dispute resolution and dispute avoidance.

Throughout the world, ICC YAAF organises a number of educational and social events that allow young professionals to discover best practices, discuss topical issues, network and create meaningful connections with experienced practitioners. 

Learn more about ICC YAAF  | Join the network

Berlin Time Zone




Introductory remarks

  •  Paul Hauser, ICC YAAF Representative for Europe; Counsel, Clifford Chance, Frankfurt


Panel discussion: Current and future use of Artificial Intelligence in the field of International Arbitration from the perspective of an arbitrator, counsel, third party funder, and legal tech startup.

Arbitrator‘s perspective

  •  Heiner Kahlert, Attorney at Law, Martens Rechtsanwälte, Munich

Counsel‘s perspective

  • Martina Magnarelli, Associate, Seven Summits Arbitration, Munich
Third party funder perspective 
  • Martin Metz, Senior Legal Counse / Investment Manager, Omni Bridgeway, Cologne 

Legal tech startup’s perspective

  • Tim Kniepkamp, Co-Founder, Suitcase, Berlin

Moderated by

  • Olga Braeuer, Counsel, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, Berlin


Closing remarks



Olga Braeuer

Counsel, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, Berlin

Heiner Kahlert

Attorney at Law, Martens Rechtsanwälte, Munich

Tim Kniepkamp

Co-Founder, Suitcase, Berlin

Martina Magnarelli

Associate, Seven Summits Arbitration, Munich

Martin Metz

Senior Legal Counsel / Investment Manager, Omni Bridgeway, Cologne

Venue: WilmerHale Berlin, Friedrichstr. 95, 10117 Berlin, Germany

For further information, please contact:

Sophia Zaia

Executive Assistant, ICC Arbitration and ADR, Europe, Dispute Resolution Services 

+ 33 1 49 53 30 63