Date : 5 November, 2019
Time : 18:15 – 20:00
Venue : Chatham Room, Level 7, Conrad Hong Kong
Arbitration and mediation both have strengths and weaknesses as commercial dispute resolution processes. There is nevertheless great promise in combining the two methods, provided one keeps in mind the reason for doing so, and certain traps for the unwary. We are very honoured to have Professor Jack J. Coe Jr., Professor of Law, Pepperdine Law School, as the speaker of this inaugural Lecture of the newly launched series of Hong Kong Mediation Lecture.
For further details, please refer to 2019_HK_Mediation_Lecture_eFlyer_r4.pdf
Video highlights of 2019 Judicial Summit
ISDS REFORM CONFERENCE 2019
MAPPING THE WAY FROWARD
Dr Anthony Neoh, Chairman of AAIL, was invited to deliver one of the keynote addresses at China Securitization Forum Annual Conference 2019 (6 – 8 May) in Beijing, China.
The Asian Academy of International Law (“the Academy”) is an independent and non-profit-making body set up in Hong Kong to further the studies, research and development of international law in Asia. By providing specialised training to practitioners, national judges, government officials and students in various areas of international law, the Academy aims to enhance and reinforce Asia's role and participation in the formulation of international law and international relations. While the Academy focuses on capacity building among Asian countries, it also endeavours to facilitate collaboration among practitioners and academics. Recently, the Academy has been granted observer status to UNCITRAL Working Group III.