On behalf of Professor Dr. Gerhard Wagner, the Academic Director of the International Dispute Resolution (IDR) LL.M., and the now seven generations of IDR LL.M. Alumni, we are delighted to invite you to the second Humboldt Dispute Resolution Conference at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin!
The programme of this year’s Humboldt Dispute Resolution Conference centres on the theme of “Efficiency in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution: Friend or Foe?”. The event promises a showcase of topics at the forefront of discussion, debate and development within the international dispute resolution community. As is now firm tradition, the Humboldt Dispute Resolution Conference is delivered by up-and-coming dispute resolution practitioners who, after graduating with their IDR LL.M. degrees from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, have gone on to achieve wide-ranging success in private practice, in-house, academia and arbitral institutions across the globe. We are pleased to once again invite you to join us as we are brought up to speed on the latest developments in the field of international arbitration and dispute resolution.
We hope you will also join us for a post-conference mingle at the nearby Mokka Mitta Bar from 21:00 as the members, friends and supporters of the IDR alumni family catch up with new and familiar faces. Welcome!
The Humboldt Dispute Resolution Conference is again co-organized by the Humboldt International Dispute Resolution Association e.V., with particular thanks to the members of the organizing committee for their hard work in putting together the event.
The Humboldt Dispute Resolution Conference is a staple of the Berlin Dispute Resolution Days and is open to dispute resolution practitioners, in-house counsel, academics, as well as students to attend.
Alicja Zielinska-Eisen (2016), Lecturer and Academic Coordinator, International Dispute Resolution (IDR) LL.M. | Of Counsel, Queritius, Warsaw
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wagner, LL.M. (Chicago), Academic Director, International Dispute Resolution (IDR) LL.M.
Isabela Godoy (2023), Legal Designer, Suitcase, Munich | Legal Marketing, [N]ewton, Berlin
– on Arbitration and Legal Design –
Sercan Polat (2022), Attorney at Law, Polat & Polat Law Firm, Istanbul
– on Early Dismissal in Investment and Commercial Arbitration –
Ivan Yurevich (2023), Research Associate, Squire Patton Boggs, Berlin
– on Conflict of Laws Issues in International Arbitration – Vestige of the Past or Necessary Evil? –
Ella Wisniewski (2017), Senior Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills, Singapore
– on Perspectives on expedited arbitration as a tool for improving efficiency – from ACICA to ICSID –
João Vitor Costa (2022), Associate, BODENHEIMER, Berlin
– on Efficiency in (Construction) Arbitration and Dispute Resolution: Friend or Foe –
Moderator: Jake Lowther (2017), Legal Counsel, SCC Arbitration Institute, Stockholm
Thiago Stüssi (2018), Partner, Bichara e Motta Advogados, Rio de Janerio
– on The Interaction between Judicial Courts and Arbitral Tribunals as a Measure of Efficiency to the Parties –
Oleksandra Hnatiuk (2023), Research Associate, Squire Patton Boggs, Berlin
– on Why do we understand “Efficiency” wrongly? –
Ivan Petrov (2020), Counsel, Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (DIS), Bonn
– on How the Arbitration Rules of the German Arbitration Institute (“DIS”) contribute to increasing the Procedural Efficiency of Arbitration Proceedings? –
Müge Bakırcıoğlu (Erdoğmuş) (2016), Salary Partner, BODENHEIMER, Berlin
Sercan Çavuşoğlu (2023), Research and Teaching Assistant in Private International Law, MEF University, Istanbul
– on Can Awards set aside in their Country of Origin be enforced in other Jurisdictions? Efficiency of enforcing Arbitral Awards vs. deference to Foreign Court Judgments –
Moderator: Cut Aina Hannisa (2019), Research Fellow, DFG Graduiertenkolleg “DynamInt”, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Join us for a post-conference mingle at the Mokka Mitta Bar located in James Simon Park, Stadtbahnbogen 159/160, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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