Groups and organisations

ArbitralWomen names new leadership

ArbitralWomen has elected Vinson & Elkins partner Louise Woods as president of its newly constituted board, as well as naming seven new members to its advisory council.

28 July 2022

Diverse new steering committee for IBA Arb 40

The International Bar Association's arbitration under-40 group has unveiled a diverse new steering committee co-chaired by Agnès Bizard of King & Spalding in Paris and Juan Felipe Merizalde of Adell & Merizalde in Bogotá.

07 July 2022

Metaverse gathering for Young ICCA mentors and mentees

In a twist to its usual activities, Young ICCA has held a technologically cutting-edge career development event for participants in its mentoring programme - with Dana MacGrath and Toby Landau QC sharing advice in the Metaverse.

25 June 2022

New co-chairs for French under-40 group

The French Arbitration Committee’s under-40 group, CFA40, has named Juliette Asso of Lalive, Sarah Monnerville Smith of Eversheds Sutherland and Armand Terrien of Terrien Avocat as its new co-chairs.

24 June 2022

IFCAI prepares for new president

The International Federation of Commercial Arbitration Institutions has approved a revised constitution and elected a new council as it prepares for the appointment of a new president to replace Stefano Azzali at the end of his term.

22 June 2022

Young EFILA holds launch debate

The European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration has launched a "Young EFILA" network for practitioners aged under 40, kicking off its activities with a debate on whether the European Union remains an attractive investment destination in the wake of AchmeaKomstroy and PL Holdings. 

21 June 2022

EFILA to launch young network

The European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration, a Brussels-based think tank focused on EU investment arbitration policy, is launching a young practitioners network.

26 May 2022

International arbitration charity ball – in pictures

Photographs of the International Arbitration Charity Ball, which raised a record-breaking £553,263 for Save the Children last week, are now available.

18 May 2022

Charity ball raises over half a million for Save the Children

The International Arbitration Charity Ball returned to London last night for the first time in four years, raising a record-breaking £550,000 for Save the Children in an event that drew inspiration from the musical biopic The Greatest Showman.

13 May 2022

Moot organisers resist calls to exclude Russian teams

As the conflict in the east of Europe intensifies, organisers of international moot competitions have resisted calls to exclude Russian teams because of the invasion of Ukraine, generating angry debate on social media.

02 March 2022

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