ICC YAF: Procedural Approaches in Arbitration - Civil Law versus Common Law

06 Mar 2020

Taipei English

This event aims to address the different procedural approaches of arbitration between civil law jurisdictions and common law jurisdictions.

The procedures of arbitration in one legal system may differ from the procedures in another legal system. There are various reasons behind such differences. This event will address issues arising from the difference of arbitration procedures between civil law jurisdictions and common law jurisdictions, as well as the causes of these differences.

This event is aimed at students and young lawyers who would like to become involved in the arbitration practice, as well as at practitioners, academics, and professionals keen on obtaining further knowledge on the different procedural approaches in international and domestic arbitration.




Welcome Remarks


Different Procedural Approaches in Arbitration: Civil Law versus Common Law




Closing Remarks

Rana Ahamad

FCIArb/ CIICA, Founder & President / Rana Ijaz & Partners (Lahore)

Alison SY Chang

FCIArb/ CIArb East Asia Taiwan Chapter YMG, Chair/ King & Wood Mallesons (Beijing)

Helena Chen

FCIArb/ CIArb East Asia Taiwan Chapter, Convenor/ Pinsent Masons LLP (Beijing)

Mary BL Thomson

C.Arb / CIArb East Asia, Immediate Past Chair Person/ Pacific Chambers (Hong Kong)

Multimedia Room 1301
National Taiwan University College of Law
No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei City

Travel info: Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and hotel reservations.

For furter information, please contact:

Ms. Vera He

Executive Assistant