ICC YAF: Climate change disputes and greener arbitration

09 Jun 2021

Online English
08:00 (CEST) |16:00 (AEST)

Climate change is one of the biggest issues of our generation. Recent years have seen an increase in climate change disputes, while simultaneously challenging legal practitioners to think about their own impact on the climate. In this webinar, our panel will consider how arbitration can be used to resolve climate change disputes and how arbitration itself can become greener. 

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at young arbitration practitioners and students under 40 years old, but is open to all counsels, arbitrators, in-house counsels or academics interested in international arbitration and international dispute resolution.

16:00 – 17:00

Panel Discussion

Jo Delaney

Partner, Baker McKenzie, Sydney

Matt Lee

Principal, Burford Capital, Sydney

Vlada Lemaic

Senior Associate, Clifford Chance, Perth

Tamlyn Mills

Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright, Sydney

Jay Tseng (Moderator)

ICC YAF Representative for South Asia; Senior Associate, Enyo Lawyers, Brisbane

Date and venue

9 June 2021



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For further information, please contact:

Jay Tseng

ICC YAF Representative for South Asia; Senior Associate, Enyo Lawyers

Tel. +617 3180 0510

Carmel Proudfoot

ICC YAF Representative for South Asia; Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright

Tel. +61 8 6212 3299