LCILP 3rd Annual Conference on Energy Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Middle East and Africa London, 6-7 March 2018
The London Centre of International Law Practice will hold its third annual conference on Energy Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Middle East and Africa on 6 and 7 March 2018, hosted at Herbert Smith Freehills and under the direction of Brandon Malone (Co-Director - International Centre for Energy Arbitration). See conference details here.
A full programme will include:
- The keynote address delivered by Funke Adekoya (Aelex/ICCA): Is international arbitration truly international - the place of diversity.
- Middle Eastern and African Upstream Winners and Losers.
- Panel on Focus of African arbitration.
- Arbitration in Bahrain.
- Panel on The Impact of One Belt One Road on energy disputes in MEA.
- Panel on Energy poverty in energy rich countries: a driver of disputes?
- Oxford Union Style Debate: This House believes that Investment Arbitration is finished.
- Saudi Aramco - What does flotation mean for the sector?
- Energy Arbitration and Corruption.
- Panel on Arbitration and peace: dispute resolution in destabilised jurisdictions.
- Panel on Middle East Energy Arbitration: Live Issues
Gillian Carmichael Lemaire will speak on the panel addressing Arbitration and peace: dispute resolution in destabilised jurisdictions, chaired by Ania Farren. Gillian's topic is Arbitration and Mediation: Friends or Foes? Co-panelist Craig Tevendale will address Proving claims in times of conflict: state responsibility and challenges of evidence, and John Gilbert will discuss Changing regimes and disputes.