About the Lecture
The annual International Arbitration lecture, presented by Clayton Utz and supported by the University of Sydney, brings together key figures in international arbitration and the Australian business community to explore the real issues that could affect their international operations, and how international dispute resolution can contribute to their bottom line.
This year marks the 14th anniversary of the International Arbitration Lecture series, which continues to attract guest speakers from the four corners of the world to give their insights into the challenges facing international arbitration.
We will again offer the lecture via live streaming to invitees across the globe.
2015: “Dynamics, discretion and diversity - A recipe for unpredictability in international arbitration?” by Hilary Heilbron QC
The 2015 lecture:
- explored the extent to which unpredictability is inevitable in the process of international commercial arbitration;
- examined the causes of such unpredictability;
- enquired why this is a price parties are prepared to pay for a bespoke form of dispute resolution; and
- considered whether there are ways in which such unpredictability can be addressed or minimised.
Visit the International Arbitration pages of the Clayton Utz website.