News item by Dr Orsolya Toth, Assistant Professor in Commercial Law, University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre will hold its inaugural Nottingham Arbitration Talk on Wednesday 18 March at 2 pm. The Centre is delighted to welcome distinguished speakers to the event drawn from both academia and practice. The Keynote address will be given by Professor Sir Roy Goode, Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Oxford. The speaker panel will host Angeline Welsh (Essex Court Chambers), Timothy Foden (Lalive) and Dr Martins Paparinskis (University College London).
The theme of the event will be ‘Procedure and Substance in Commercial and Investment Treaty Arbitration’. It will address current and timeless issues, such as the influence of procedure on the parties’ substantive rights, the recent phenomenon of ‘due process paranoia’ in arbitration and the current state of the system of investment treaty arbitration. For detailed programme and registration please visit https://unclcpresents.eventbrite.co.uk