ILS International Law and Practice Course 2019 – Lecture 5 with Damian Sturzaker
Building a better (Arbitration) Mousetrap - what needs to change to see Australia increase its share of international arbitration work
Join the International Law Section on the 9 July in Sydney for another exciting ILS International Law and Practice Course lecture. Guest speaker Damian Sturzaker will speak on Building a better (Arbitration) Mousetrap – what needs to change to see Australia increase its share of international arbitration work.
During his talk Damian will explore global developments in international arbitration with a special focus on;
- third party funding and whether it has increased arbitration work;
- the use of technology in arbitration and what it means for lower value disputes; and
- what the recent High Court Hancock decision means for arbitration in Australia and in particular for third parties to the arbitration agreement.
Damian is a national councillor of the Australia Branch and the head of the Dispute Resolution team at Marque Lawyers, where he specialises in international arbitration. Damian has almost 30 years’ experience as a commercial litigator with specialist expertise in the areas of international arbitration and cross border dispute resolution.
He has run international arbitrations in London, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. He is recognised as one of Australia’s leading lawyers in the field of Dispute Resolution by Legal 500, Best Lawyers and the Chambers Global and Asia Pacific Guides. In 2018 he was named the Arbitration Lawyer of the year by Best Lawyers. He is a visiting professorial fellow in international arbitration at UNSW law school.
|10 Session Ticket + One Year ILS Membership *Incl GST||$300.00|
|Lecture 5 Session Ticket (only) *Incl GST||$55.00|
*All 10-sessions including one year’s membership (from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020) to the International Law Section of the Law Council of Australia.
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