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ArbitralWomen Corporate Membership – Commitment Diversity in Dispute Resolution

ArbitralWomen Corporate Membership – Commitment Diversity in Dispute Resolution

ArbitralWomen launched an initiative in November 2015 aimed at offering corporate membership to be provided to all female lawyers in the dispute resolution groups. Initially offered only to law firms listed in the Global Arbitration Review top 30 arbitration practices worldwide, other law firms as well as experts firms practicing in the dispute resolution field have asked to benefit from this offer.

Changing the Picture of International Justice, GQUAL Conference at The Hague, 3-5 October 2017

Changing the Picture of International Justice, GQUAL Conference at The Hague, 3-5 October 2017

Since its launch in 2015, GQUAL has become a leading platform advocating for gender parity in international justice. To celebrate its second anniversary, GQUAL organized a conference in the magnificent Peace Palace at The Hague from 3 to 5 October 2017, which brought together a diverse group of people from all over the world to discuss and approve an Action Plan that will further build upon these strategies. The event was attended by a hundred participants coming from around the world to discuss about human rights and gender parity.

Global Pound Conference Series – Findings From 2016

Global Pound Conference Series – Findings From 2016

The GPC Series 2016-2017 was initiated by the International Mediation Institute (“IMI”). It is an unprecedented, ambitious, innovative and global project that aims, through a series of conferences currently being held throughout the world and involving a broad range of dispute resolution stakeholders, to find out what dispute resolution users need and want and to shape the future of commercial dispute resolution.

DRD Wins GAR Global Award for Innovation

DRD Wins GAR Global Award for Innovation

Dispute Resolution Data (DRD), an online data subscription service providing the first ever access to closed international arbitration and mediation process information, has been awarded the Global Arbitration Review (GAR) award for the “Best Innovation in the Field of International Arbitration.”

Changes Afoot, But Work Remains For Diversity In Arbitration

Changes Afoot, But Work Remains For Diversity In Arbitration

Law360, New York (April 5, 2017, 3:47 PM EDT) - Gender diversity took center stage nearly a year ago when stakeholders in international arbitration signed a pledge to increase the number of female appointed arbitrators, and while diversity proponents say there's been improvement in recent years, work still remains.

The GESSEL Arbitration Wall

The GESSEL Arbitration Wall

GESSEL Arbitration Wall is an arbitration mobile app. It is an easily accessible and user-friendly database of documents frequently used in arbitration, such as applicable rules, laws and instruments (e.g. IBA Rules or Guidelines) and also of other knowledge and reference materials (e.g. studies, reports). It focuses primarily on the arbitration procedure and all its legal surroundings (whether hard or soft law).