UNCITRAL, Ministry of Justice of Japan and JIDRC Workshop

Founder and CEO Catherine Rogers has been invited to deliver an ‘Update on Arbitrator Intelligence’ at a forthcoming workshop co-hosted by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, the Ministry of Justice of Japan and the JIDRC. 

The ‘Dispute Resolution in the Digital Economy’ Workshop, taking place on March 30-31, 2021 (5 pm JST | 10 am CEST),  will feature Japan’s Proposal on Stocktaking of Dispute Resolution in the Modern Context.

The full program, featuring distinguished speakers from across the globe, is available here. Those wishing to attend may register here.

Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to have been cited by UNCITRAL in the most recent version of the Secretariat’s Note on ‘Possible reform of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) Selection and Appointment of ISDS tribunal members. Learn more here.

The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of the Government of Canada recently became the first State to agree to provide Arbitrator Intelligence with feedback about arbitrators as part of its Membership Program.

States wishing to know more about the benefits of membership are invited to contact Catherine Rogers: catherine.rogers@arbitratorintelligence.com.