About the lecture
As globalisation increases, so does the desire for harmonisation and standardisation of commercial law. International arbitration law has traditionally provided a neutral and flexible framework through which parties from differing legal and business traditions can resolve disputes effectively. How can arbitration help bridge the gap between global standards and local traditions in the twenty-first century?
About the speaker
Fali Naiman, Senior Advocate, President of the Bar Association of India and Member of Parliament, is a distinguished lawyer of worldwide reputation in the fields of international arbitration and human rights. He is past President of ICCA and Vice President of the ICC Court. His contribution to global jurisprudence was recognised in 1995 when named as a 'Living Legend of the Law' by the International Bar Association. He was also awarded the Gruber Justice Prize in 2002.
An excerpt from the 2003 International Arbitration Lecture.
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