We asked members of ArbitralWomen to tell us how the world looks through their eyes. Here’s a selection of what they said.
The GAR 100 helps solve a conundrum. Many users of international arbitration have come to think of it as its own skill set – separate from litigation. Law firms have learned this, and created “international arbitration groups”. Sometimes the label is reasonable: skin over muscle and bone. Other groups though are more like Potemkin villages. They look right, but lack substance. They’re intended to lure work in.