The ICC’s much anticipated Annual Arbitration and ADR Conference will be taking place on the 24th and 25th June, welcoming influential speakers from across the legal world.
Over the course of two days the virtual conference boasts a packed agenda of panel sessions, roundtables and interactive workshops, all of which aim to tackle a range of hot topics in arbitration head-on including; Climate Change related disputes and Arbitration, Med-Arb, and Reform of Witness Statement Evidence in International Arbitration, to name a few.
Kicking off day two of the event, Session 3 will focus on witness statement evidence, featuring Opus 2’s Training Manager, Rob Greene as a keynote speaker. During the session Rob will show attendees how technology can be used to effectively manage witness statements pre, during, and post-hearing, ultimately allowing for a more seamless, connected, and successful outcome. The session will conclude with a vision for the future, with Rob providing a sneak peek into how technology will ultimately aid in witness preparation and cross-examination.
The flagship event - which is being run in association with Opus 2 - marks the second in a number of activities and initiatives that both organisations are embarking on jointly as part of a wider yearlong collaboration. This collaboration will see Opus 2 working in association with the ICC to increase awareness, learning and education around the use of technology within the arbitration community and the legal sector at large.
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The event is free to all ICC Members globally or £150pp for non-members.
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