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Following on from my recent post, I’m delighted to share the agenda for our inaugural Kluwer Arbitration User Forum, which takes place in London on Tuesday 10th September.

This FREE half-day (morning) User Forum is for all London-based Kluwer Arbitration subscribers. So, if you are a Kluwer Arbitration user reading this and thinking “is this for me?” the answer is YES. Whether you are a librarian, knowledge manager, PSL or fee-earner, this User Forum has been designed for you and we urge you to register today.

The Kluwer Arbitration User Forum will be held at the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC), 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU on 10th September. During the morning you will be able to participate in our Kluwer Arbitration author panel (you get to ask the questions), be informed of recent developments in international arbitration and hear about the latest enhancements and new initiatives on Kluwer Arbitration. You will also have the opportunity to take part in refresher training.

AGENDA:
8:30am – Registration (Tea/Coffee)
9:00am – Welcome Remarks
9:15am – Recent Developments in International Arbitration (Georgios Petrochilos, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer)
9:45am – Kluwer Arbitration Product Overview – What’s New and What’s Launching Later This Year (including ‘hints and tips’)
10:15am – Feedback Session
10:30am – Tea/Coffee
11:00am – Author Panel:
– Karel Daele, Mishcon de Reya
– Greg Fullelove, Osborne Clarke
– Jacob Grierson, McDermott Will & Emery
– Georgios Petrochilos, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
12:00 – Wrap up and close of formal sessions
Sandwich Lunch

To register, click HERE.

Eleanor Taylor,
Kluwer Law International


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