George Karayannides, Clyde & Co. Canada LLP
Linda M. Plumpton, Torys LLP
Join us for this skills-focused program and learn the practical strategies and techniques you need to succeed in arbitration. The plenary program will be held on December 7 and the learning-by-doing skills workshop
will be held on December 8.
Plenary Details | Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm (ET)
Arbitration advocacy requires unique skills you may never learn in court. In this specialized program, leading arbitrators and practitioners will share their strategies for effective advocacy at each stage of the arbitration process. Discover top tips for effective case preparation and get the arbitration jurisprudence updates you need to know. Receive best practices for navigating ethical issues and overcoming cultural barriers in arbitration, whether international or domestic. Find out how you can tailor your advocacy approach to the current landscape with advice from arbitrators and top practitioners on the key lessons learned from conducting arbitrations during the pandemic. Walk away with the skills and knowledge you need to navigate your next arbitration with confidence.
Workshop Details | Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm (ET)
- How to effectively prepare for arbitration
- The recent developments in jurisprudence that every litigator needs to know
- Overcoming cultural barriers to achieve the best outcome for your client
- Key lessons learned in arbitration during the pandemic
- Do's and don'ts from the perspective of arbitrators
Participants of the plenary session are also eligible to join us for our hands-on skills workshop, which will be held fully remotely. The workshop is your chance to practise and refine your arbitration advocacy skills in a supportive environment. You will get practical, individualized feedback from our trained instructors. You will also learn from your peers as you work through the interactive exercises in small groups. Please also note that the workshop requires advance preparation based on a mock case file, which will be provided to you in advance of the workshop.
Registration includes electronic materials, which will be provided prior to the program. Registration also includes access to the live webcast recording for 30 days from the date the link is sent to you.
*Due to current concerns with COVID-19, we will be offering this program fully remotely via webcast only.
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