16 Nov 2022: Rupert Choat KC to join “Ask the Arbitrator” panel at Dubai Arbitration Week

Date
16/11/2022

Time
9:00 am Dubai

Location
Capital Club Meeting Room 7, DIFC Dubai, UAE

Rupert Choat KC will join Ann Ryan Robertson (Locke Lord), Jonathan Sutcliffe (K&L Gates LLP), Reshma Oogorah (Niyom Legal) and moderator Robert Landicho (Vinson & Elkins) in a Young ITA panel event co-sponsored by K & L Gates LLP and Vinson & Elkins LLP on Wednesday 16 November at 9am. This “Ask the Arbitrator” panel will be an interactive discussion in which a panel of experienced arbitrators will be asked questions regarding their experiences as arbitrators. The audience will be invited to ask questions. The session will be introduced by Jennifer Paterson, Young ITA Middle East Regional Chair, K&L Gates, Dubai.

Timing

8:30am: Registration and Breakfast

9:00am: Welcome & Panel Discussion

10:15am: Networking

10:30am: Adjourn

 

Registration for this event will be online via the Young ITA – click here to see details.

The Young UTA (Institute for Transnational Arbitration) promotes the involvement of young professionals (under 40) in the international arbitration community through programmes, publications and other activities.





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