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Herbert Smith Freehills – SMU Asian Arbitration Lecture

HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS – SMU ASIAN ARBITRATION LECTURE SERIES

The Herbert Smith Freehills - SMU Asian Arbitration Lecture Series was established in 2010 and was made possible by a term fund contribution by Herbert Smith Freehills.

The objective of the Lecture Series is to promote collaborative forms of dispute resolution and access to justice and in so doing promote Singapore as the centre for dispute resolution in Asia, particularly in arbitration and mediation.

Each year, a distinguished international arbitrator will be invited to present this lecture, which in turn will be published in a leading regional arbitration journal.


18 October 2018

Investor-State Arbitration: Is There A Future?
Speaker: Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE CMG QC


22 November 2017

Asean's Role and Opportunities in Public and Private Dispute Resolution <CANCELLED>
Speaker: Emeritus Professor Dr. Surin Pituwan


24 November 2016

Adjudicator, Advocate, or Something In Between? Coming to Terms with the Role of the Party-Appointed Arbitrator
Speaker: Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, Supreme Court Singapore


24 November 2015

Multiple Proceedings in International Arbitration
Speaker: Professor Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler


5 November 2014

Investment Arbitration Under the Spotlight - What Next for Asia?
Speaker: Mr Fali Nariman


17 September 2013

International Arbitration: Private Parties and Public International Law
Speaker: The Right Hon. the Lord Collins of Mapesbury


11 October 2012

Defining the Role of the Court in Modern International Commercial Arbitration
Speaker: Mr David A R Williams QC


4 August 2011

Corruption in Arbitration - Law and Reality
Speaker: Mr Michael Hwang SC


23 September 2010

International Arbitration in a Global Economy: The Challenges of the Future
Speaker: Dr Bernard Hanotiau, Attorney at Law, Brussels Bar, Hanotiau & van den Berg


 

Last updated on 29 Nov 2018 .