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Join us for the Chennai Edition of our successful networking event series ‘ICC YAAF: Weaving Connection, Maintaining Engagement’ to foster long lasting connections between young practitioners in India and share insights on building a career in the industry.
The event will begin with two (2) roundtable-format interactive networking sessions amongst groups of arbitration and ADR practitioners. Participants will be paired with a different group for both sessions, with each group consisting of a mix of seven (7) to eight (8) practitioners who possess zero (0) to fifteen (15) years of PQE (post-qualification experience), to encourage the exchange of diverse experiences and perspectives on the specified themes.
The roundtables will be followed by a panel discussion by senior practitioners on emerging issues in arbitration and ADR. This event aims to facilitate a free flow of thoughts and ideas among young and emerging practitioners, who will each have a role to play in the way that the field of arbitration evolves and shapes up in the coming years.
(Indian Standard Time)
Theme for discussion: Post Court Hours- Can you really have it all? Arbitration as a dedicated career versus maintaining an arbitration practice alongside your litigation practice
Theme for Discussion: Lessons for arbitration from litigation
Panel Discussion: Emerging Issues in Arbitration
Speakers to be announced shortly
Taj Connemara, Chennai Binny Rd, Anna Salai, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600002, India
What is ICC YAAF?
At ICC, we believe that through training and mentorship, we can shape 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.