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The Challenges of Representing States in Disputes: Practical Tips

In this Women in Arbitration Seminar, kindly hosted by Wong Partnership LLP, Loretta Malintoppi (Arbitrator, 39 Essex Chambers), Davinia Aziz (Senior State Counsel, International Affairs Division at Attorney-General’s Chambers), Koh Swee Yen (Partner, Wong Partnership LLP) and Dr Kate Parlett (Barrister, 20 Essex Street) will explore the challenges in representing States in disputes, covering public international law, investment arbitration and commercial arbitration and share their experiences in managing them.

This will be an informal and interactive session and will address issues including procedure, advocacy, choice of fora, working within a diverse and multi-cultural team, and presenting before diverse and multi-cultural courts and tribunals.

This seminar will be conducted under the Chatham House Rule.

Please RSVP to reserve your place.

Date: 9th February 2018
Registration: 8.30 am
Seminar: 9.00-10.00 am
Venue: Wong Partnership LLP, 12 Marina Boulevard, Level 28, Marina Bay Financial Tower 3, Singapore 018982

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