ICC YAF: How to Build your Profile in International Arbitration

24 Jun 2021

Online English
8:00 (GMT) | 9:00 (CEST)

At this virtual networking social event hosted by ICC YAF and Quadrant Chambers, you will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues and friends and to hear from experienced practitioners on issues which may help raise your profile in international arbitration.

We are fortunate to have some fantastic speakers who will give a series of quick-fire presentations on the topics below. Following the presentations, we will break into smaller groups to discuss the issues.

 Each group discussion will be facilitated by one of the speakers or a moderator. Places are limited.

  • How to network at live events – Philippa Charles, Head of International Arbitration, Stewarts
  • Using social media effectively – Hannah Roos, Of Counsel, Quinn Emanuel
  • Whether/when/how to specialise in a particular sector/area of law – Gaurav Sharma, Barrister, Quadrant Chambers
  • How to raise your profile in the directories – Samuel Pape, Associate, Lathams & Watkins
  • How to get speaker positions at events – Saadia Bhatty, Counsel, Gide Loyrette Nouel

8:00 – 8:05

Welcome remarks

  • Naomi Briercliffe, ICC YAF Representative for Europe; Counsel, Allen & Overy, London

8:05 - 8::30

5 Topic presentations on how to build your profile

8:30 – 9:30

Panel discussion

Speakers

Philippa Charles

Head of International Arbitration, Stewarts, London

Hannah Roos

Of Counsel, Quinn Emanuel, London

Gaurav Sharma

Barrister, Quadrant Chambers, London

Samuel Pape

Associate, Lathams & Watkins, London

Saadia Bhatty

Counsel, Gide Loyrette Nouel, London

Table moderators

Katia Finkel

Senior Associate, Baker McKenzie, London

Gemma Read

Senior Associate, DLA Piper, London

Stephanie Collins

Associate Attorney, Gibson Dunn, London

Ronan O’Reilly

Associate, Jenner & Block, London

Kirtan Prasad

Senior Associate, RPC, London

Date and venue

24 June 2021

Online

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For further information, please contact:

Sarah Longden

Organiser

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