The Role of the Judge in International Arbitration
Judges and Arbitrators: l’Entente Cordiale?
Thursday 1 December at 6pm
In person at Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES, and online
This event will seek to offer comparative perspectives on issues including:
- Should parties involved in arbitration proceedings be more mindful of the judiciary?
- Are the parties sufficiently aware of the support that the judiciary can offer in parallel to the arbitration proceedings? Do they leverage that support and those opportunities as much as they could?
- On the other side of the spectrum, should parties be more mindful of the court’s supervision of the arbitral process, and of the risk it can trigger with respect to the viability/effectiveness of that process?
- Should judges be regarded as helpful to, or in conflict with, the arbitrators and the arbitral proceedings?
We will hear from a distinguished panel of speakers comprising judges, arbitrators, academics, and counsel (Barristers and/or Avocats) acting on both sides of the Channel
The Rt. Hon. Dame Elizabeth Gloster DBE, PC, a former Judge at the Court of Appeal and now a full-time international arbitrator
Mrs Fabienne Schaller, Judge at the international commercial chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal
Mr Christopher Harris KC, Barrister and Arbitrator
Mr Matthieu Grégoire, Barrister
Mrs Catherine Pédamon, Senior Lecturer and President of the England & Wales Section of the Franco-British Lawyers’ Society
Mr Jean-François Le Gal, Barrister & Avocat, partner at Pinsent Masons LLP, Honorary Secretary of the Ciarb’s London Branch