100 years of arbitration proceedings run from Paris
The Sorbonne Law School and ICC France are celebrating the one-century anniversary of ICC arbitration.
The ICC Court of Arbitration was established in Paris in 1923. Since then, it has become the largest arbitration centre in the world. Organized under the aegis of the Sorbonne Law School and ICC France, this event aims both to take a retrospective and historical look at this institution and to assess its contemporary functioning, as well as its place in the globalization of trade and the ensuing commercial disputes.
- Pr. Sylvain Bollée - Law Professor, Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1)
- Laurent Jaeger - Partner, King & Spalding (Paris) ; President of the ICC France Arbitration Commission
Ms. Claudia Salomon - President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration interviewed by Pr. Mathias Audit - Law Professor, Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1)
1st roundtable: Historical Overview of ICC Arbitration
- Pr. Charles Jarrosson - Emeritus Law Professor of the University of Panthéon-Assas ; Director of the Revue de
- Pr. Pierre Tercier - Emeritus Law Professor of the University of Fribourg ; Honorary President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration ; Senior Counsel, Peter & Kim (Geneva)
- Emmanuel Jolivet - General Counsel, ICC and International Court of Arbitration
- Diamana Diawara - Director of Arbitration and ADR for Africa, ICC
2nd roundtable: Being an ICC Arbitration client
- Olga Mouraviova - Senior Legal Counsel, ENGIE S.A. ; Vice-President of the ICC France Arbitration Commission
- Alma Forgó - Head of Arbitration, Airbus
- Maria Irene Perruccio-Lourie - Head of international affairs Europe & Americas , Webuild
- Marco Laurita - International legal negotiator, TotalEnergies
Lunch - Cocktail
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