Transnational Arbitration

Young ITA Global Forum

Invitation Only Event Via Zoom

Past Event

If you have any queries, please email Alliyah Robinson.

This event is by invitation only, and attendance is capped at 50 delegates.

8:00 am Texas, Mexico City, Costa Rica
9:00 am New York, Toronto
11:00 am Rio de Janeiro
2:00 pm London
3:00 pm Lagos
6:00 pm Dubai
7:30 pm Mumbai
10:00 pm Hong Kong

ITA: +1.972.244.3414


Presented by Young ITA

Young ITA is thrilled to host the Third Annual Young ITA Global Forum.

Young ITA members from each of Young ITA’s Regions will be invited to serve as regional delegates in the Forum, with each delegate required to submit one current procedural issue and one current substantive law or policy issue of key interest in the field of international arbitration in advance. These issues will be debated on the virtual “floor” of the Forum, with each delegate introducing his or her issue as prompted and moderated by the moderators for each session.

The Global Forum is limited to invited Young ITA moderators and delegates and is being held under the Chatham House Rule.

This event is by personal invitation only, and attendance is capped at 50 delegates.


8:00 am Texas / 9:00 am New York / 2:00 pm London / 3:00 pm Lagos / 5:00 pm Dubai / 7:30 pm Mumbai / 10:00 pm Hong Kong

8:00 am Texas: Welcome to the Young ITA Global Forum

8:05 – 9:35 am Texas: Session One: Key Procedural Issues in International Arbitration


  • Chloe Baldwin (Steptoe LLP)
  • Sylvia Samano (Hogan Lovells LLP)
  • Cameron Sim (Debevoise LLP)

9:35 – 9:40 am Texas: Break

9:40 – 11:10 am Texas: Session Two: Key Substantive Law and Policy Issues in International Arbitration


  • Isuru Devendra (Latham & Watkins)
  • Ruxandra Irina Esanu (Wordstone Dispute Resolution)
  • Mark Stadnyk (Thyssenkrupp Nucera)

11:10 am Texas: Close of Global Forum

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