We are pleased to release the latest in a series of recorded interviews with key figures under the ITA Academic Council's ongoing Oral History Project. The series is designed to record the evolution of modern international arbitration in the words of those who have led it. All videos are available to view at no charge.
The most recent interview took place during the 28th Annual ITA Workshop: When Justice Delayed Would Be Justice Denied: Emergency Arbitrators and Interim Measures in International Arbitration between Albert Jan van den Berg and Meg Kinnear.
Other speakers in the series are:
- Bernardo Sepúlveda Amor
- J. Martin Hunter
- L. Yves Fortier
- Charles N. Brower
- Gary Born
- Gerald Aksen
A full biography for each speaker is available here.
We encourage you to explore ITA’s new Online Education Library for more video resources.