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The Guide to Advocacy - Fourth Edition

Successful advocacy is always a challenge. Throw in different languages, a matrix of (exotic) laws and differing cultural backgrounds as well and you have advocacy in international arbitration.

Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Advocacy is for lawyers who wish to transcend these obstacles and be as effective in the international sphere as they are used to being elsewhere. Aimed at practitioners of all backgrounds and at all levels of experience, this Guide covers everything from case strategy to the hard skills of written advocacy and cross-examination, and much more. It also contains the wit and wisdom on advocacy of more than 40 practising arbitrators, including some of the world’s biggest names in this field.

Published October 2019

Chapters

  1. Introduction

    Stephen Jagusch QC, Philippe Pinsolle and Alexander G. Leventhal

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

  2. Case Strategy and Preparation for Effective Advocacy

    Colin Ong QC

    Dr Colin Ong Legal Services

  3. Written Advocacy

    Thomas K Sprange QC

    King & Spalding LLP

  4. The Initial Hearing

    Grant Hanessian

    Baker McKenzie

  5. Opening Submissions

    Franz T Schwarz

    Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

  6. Direct and Re-Direct Examination

    Anne Véronique Schlaepfer and Vanessa Alarcón Duvanel

    White & Case LLP

  7. Cross-Examination of Fact Witnesses: The Civil Law Perspective

    Philippe Pinsolle

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

  8. Cross-Examination of Fact Witnesses: The Common Law Perspective

    Stephen Jagusch QC

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

  9. Cross-Examination of Experts

    David Roney

    Sidley Austin LLP

  10. The Role of the Expert in Advocacy

    Philip Haberman

    Haberman Ilett LLP

  11. Advocacy and Case Management: An In-House Perspective

    Marco Lorefice

    Edison Spa

  12. Closing Arguments

    Hilary Heilbron QC and Klaus Reichert SC

    Brick Court Chambers

  13. Tips for Second-Chairing an Oral Argument

    Mallory Silberman and Timothy L Foden

    Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP

    LALIVE

  14. The Effective Use of Technology in the Arbitral Hearing Room

    Whitley Tiller and Timothy L Foden

    Evoke Legal

    LALIVE

  15. Advocacy Against an Absent Adversary

    John M Townsend and James H Boykin

    Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

  16. Advocacy in Investment Treaty Arbitration

    Tai-Heng Cheng and Simón Navarro González

    Sidley Austin LLP

  17. Advocacy in Construction Arbitration

    James Bremen and Elizabeth Wilson

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

  18. Arbitration Advocacy and Criminal Matters: The Arbitration Advocate as Master of Strategy

    Juan P. Morillo, Gabriel F Soledad and Alexander G. Leventhal

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

  19. Advocacy in International Sport Arbitration

    James H Carter

    Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

  20. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: East Meets West

    Alvin Yeo SC and Chou Sean Yu

    WongPartnership LLP

  21. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: India

    Tejas Karia and Rishab Gupta

    Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

  22. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: The Arab World - A Recast

    Mohamed S Abdel Wahab

    Zulficar & Partners

  23. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: Continental Europe

    Torsten Lörcher

    CMS

  24. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: United Kingdom

    David Lewis QC

    Twenty Essex

  25. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy in Latin America: Brazil

    Karina Goldberg

    Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide Advogados

  26. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: United States

    Laurence Shore

    BonelliErede

  27. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: Russia and Eastern Europe

    Anna Grishchenkova

    KIAP Attorneys at Law

  28. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy in Spanish-speaking Latin America

    Marco Tulio Venegas

    Litredi SC