3 June 2022: Rupert Choat QC to give the arbitrator’s view on “The Oral hearing – visions for the future in light of pandemic experiences”

Date
03/06/2022

Time
9:30 am Stockholm

Location
Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

Rupert Choat QC will be giving the arbitrator’s view on “The Oral hearing – visions for the future in light of pandemic experiences” for the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law and Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law’ s 3rd joint biennial conference on Global Trends in Arbitration.

Rupert’s presentation will form part of the programme for the conference’s second day looking at topical discussions on commercial arbitration, in particular on oral hearings following the pandemic experience, and visions for the future. The day will see a number of experts share their insights on current developments in international arbitration practice.

The event will be held on 2-3 June 2022 in Stockholm. For more information and to book a delegate place please go to the website here.

Further details are in the programme available here.





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