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Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors are talented legal practitioners who help guide AI’s project development internationally and raise awareness about how Arbitrator Intelligence and AIQ responses can increase transparency, accountability, and diversity globally

African Arbitrators Interview Series

Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to continue our African Arbitrators Interview Series.

Our fifth interview features award-winning arbitrator Dorothy Ufot SAN, the founding partner of Dorothy Ufot & Co., in conversation with Global Lead Ambassador Kirsten Teo.

Stay tuned for the next interview – coming soon!

African Arbitrators Interview Series

Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to share the next interview in our African Arbitrators Interview Series.

Our fourth interview features Dipna Gunnoo, Head of the Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) Arbitration and Mediation Center (MARC), in conversation with Global Lead Ambassador Kirsten Teo.

Stay tuned for our next interview – coming soon!

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Arnaud OulepoAI Ambassador for the MENA region from Morocco
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Blerina XherajAI Ambassador for the CEE region from Albania
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Catalina BizicMember of AI Ambassador Advisory Council from Romania
Daniel Cuentas
Daniel CuentasAI Ambassador for the LatAm region from Peru
Dmitry Semashko
Dmitry SemashkoAI Ambassador for the CEE region from Belarus
Edson López
Edson LópezAI Ambassador for the LatAm region from Guatemala
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Fahira BrodlijaAI Ambassador for the CEE region from Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Herman Duarte AI Ambassador for the LatAm region from Costa Rica
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Highlights of the AI Africa Campaign Portuguese Webinar – 8 December 2020

Our Africa Campaign 2020 concluded on December 8, 2020 with a delightful webinar about arbitration in Angola. Ambassadors Aécio Oliveira and Maria Camila Hoyos hosted the event, which featured two of the most experienced Angolan arbitration practitioners: António Caxito Marques, Partner of Dentons Lead, and Itweva Nogueira, Executive Director of the UK-Angola Chamber of Commerce and Partner of IN - Sociedade de Advogados.

By |December 22nd, 2020|

Highlights of the AI Africa Campaign French Webinar – 19 November 2020

As a part of our Arbitrator Intelligence Africa Campaign, we had the chance to welcome Dr Gaston Kenfack, Ms. Dipna Gunnoo, Ms Capucine du Pac de Marsoulies and Dr. Achille Ngwanza. Our eminent speakers provided us with a very interesting discussion on the topic - “The New Information Age and its Effects on African Arbitral Institutions”. Catherine Rogers, Founder & CEO of Arbitrator Intelligence, welcomed the attendees, and Margarita Chatzi, Ambassador of Arbitrator Intelligence moderated the discussion.

By |November 28th, 2020|

How Technology Can Enhance International Arbitration to be More Inclusive

Besides fairness, international arbitration should embrace diversity and inclusiveness as core values, hence efforts should be made in order to guarantee access to all these attributes in the same measure. Fairness may include the right to be heard, having both an independent and impartial panel, etc. however, when scholars discuss the underpinning aspects of diversity, it is often reviewed under different groups, such as gender and age diversity, or geographic, and ethnic diversity, when in reality it encompasses more than cultural points. This paper seeks to chart progress of the use of technology in arbitration on this scope.

By |October 3rd, 2020|

Efficiency in International Arbitration: A Matter of Technology

The evolution of technology throughout the years has directly impacted international arbitration. Its use is not new. As early as 2005, technology was seen and used as a means to improve international arbitration’s efficiency, efficacy and convenience. Now, outstanding legal professionals continue to affirm that technology enhances efficiency and advocacy in international arbitration. This essay analyses how technology enhances efficiency in international arbitration.

By |October 3rd, 2020|
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