#YoungITATalks UK and Continental Europe - After Brexit
Arbitration in the Civil and Common Law Worlds at a Crossroads
December 11, 2020
Via Platform Zoom
18:00 GMT / 19:00 CET
Presented by Young ITA
A virtual event aimed at bringing together leading young arbitration practitioners from Continental Europe and the United Kingdom to talk about the future of international arbitration in the common law and civil law worlds.
#YoungITATalks is a series of local events presented around the world, featuring talks, workshops or interviews that cover a wide range of subjects relating to arbitration. The #YoungITATalks series is designed for education, conversation and sharing knowledge and experiences among young practitioners.
Webinar begins at
18:00 GMT / 19:00 CET
Please register in advance to help us have an accurate headcount. Details for connecting to the webinar will be sent shortly before the event. If you have any queries, please contact Gerri Fitzgerald.
Schedule and Faculty
18:00 (GMT) / 19:00 (CET) - Welcome
- Alexander Leventhal (Quinn Emanuel, Paris Young ITA Continental Europe Chair)
- Samuel Pape (Latham & Watkins, London, Young ITA UK Chair)
18:05 (GMT) / 19:05 (CET) - Keynote Speech
- Dr Matthieu de Boisséson (Boisséson Arbitration, London and Paris)
18:25 (GMT) / 19:25 (CET) – Panel Discussion
Co-Moderators: Alexander Leventhal and Samuel Pape
- Emilie Gonin (Doughty Street Chambers, United Kingdom)
- Matthieu Grégoire (4 New Square, London)
18:45 (GMT) / 19:45 (CET) - Small-Group Discussion Sessions
Small-Group Discussion Sessions in Break-Out Rooms led by Discussion Coordinators
19:05 (GMT) / 20:05 (CET) – 19:20 (GMT) / 20:20 (CET) - Return to Plenary Session
Return to Plenary Session and Roundtable with Discussion Coordinators
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