Kluwer Arbitration and Kluwer Law International are delighted to announce that the inaugural Kluwer Arbitration User Forum will be held in London (at the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC), 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU) on Tuesday 10th September.

This (free) half-day event, will be open to all London-based users of Kluwer Arbitration. With summer (supposedly) approaching, please do put this event in your calendar now. If you are a Kluwer Arbitration user (whether you are a librarian, knowledge manager, professional support lawyer, fee earner, barrister or arbitrator), this User Forum is for you.

During this half-day event you will be able to:
– Receive refresher training on Kluwer Arbitration
– Be updated on recent and upcoming enhancements to Kluwer Arbitration
– Be updated on recent arbitration developments
– Interact with our authors
– Share your feedback during a dedicated feedback session

Please feel free to share this post with other Kluwer Arbitration users. The great thing about this event, is that you can bring your colleagues with you. All we ask is that everyone register their attendance in advance. As spaces are limited, please register now to avoid disappointment.

We will be confirming the final agenda for the morning over the next few weeks. But, so as not to miss out, we are offering the opportunity to pre-register for the event.

To register – CLICK HERE

We look forward to welcoming you and your colleagues on the 10th September. In the meantime, should you have any questions about the Forum, you can drop me a line at eleanor.taylor@kluwerlaw.com.

Eleanor Taylor, Product Manager, Kluwer Law International


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