We are pleased to announce the 30th Anniversary of the School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary University of London. To commemorate its anniversary, the School of International Arbitration will be presenting in London a Celebration Conference on the “The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration: The Next 30 Years”.

Kluwer Arbitration Blog will be live streaming on the 20th & 21st April, both days from 9:15 am to 6:00 pm British Summer Time (here).

The event features some of the School of International Arbitration Academics: Professor Julian Lew QC, Professor Loukas Mistelis, Professor Stavros Brekoulakis, Norah Gallagher and Dr Remy Gerbay.

The Anniversary will also have the participation of Professor Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler, Professor Sébastien Besson, 
Professor Luke Nottage, 
Dr Laurence Shore, Claus von Wobeser, Professor Andrea Bjorklund, Professor Stefan Kroell, Gerry Lagerberg, Professor Bernard Hanotiau, John Fellas, Philippe Pinsolle, Audley Sheppard, Professor Nathalie Voser, Lord Lawrence Collins, Professor Frédéric Bachand
, Dr Crina Baltag
, Dr Roman Khodykin, Donald Donovan, Dr Mohamed Abdel Raouf
, Andrea Carlevaris, Paul Friedland, Dr Fan Kun, Fidelis Oditah QC, Eduardo Zuleta, Professor Catherine Kessedjian, Michael Hwang, Alexis Mourre, Michael Schneider, Rob Smit, Professor Linda Silberman, Dr Patricia Shaughnessy, Professor Jack Coe, Professor Janet Walker, Dr Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Professor Christophe Seraglini, Professor Thomas Stipanowich, Dr Romesh Weeramantry, Professor Christopher Drahozal, Dr Michael Waibel and Dr Thomas Schultz.

You can follow the full programme here .

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