Previous IA Lectures

2020: A Response to DFAT’s Review of Australia’s Bilateral Investment Treaties 2019: Arbitration in Australia – Rising to the Challenge 2018: "The Need for Speed – Is International Arbitration Becoming Overly Fixated with Efficiency?” 2017: How worldly is it?” by The Hon Sir Bernard Eder2016: “International Arbitration and Independence – Off the Beaten Track” by Elliott Geisinger2015: “Dynamics, discretion and diversity - A recipe for unpredictability in international arbitration?” by Hilary Heilbron QC2014: “Commercial Courts and International Arbitration– Competitors or Partners?” by Michael Hwang SC2013: The authority of the arbitrator - its sources, limits and importance2012: The Impact of International Arbitration on the Rule of Law2011: Islamic influences on international arbitration2010: 仲裁 - Speaking your language? What is the language of resolution in the Asia-Pacific region?2009: The Day Before Tomorrow: Future Developments in International Arbitration2008: Inside Out: A User's View of International Arbitration2007: When Arbitrators Facilitate Settlement: Amiable Imposition or Actual Solution?2006: Enterprise v State: The New David and Goliath?2005: Litigate, Arbitrate, Mediate, Frustrate? Breaking the Dispute Deadlock2004: Apes, Neanderthals and Missing Links: Evolution in International Business Arbitration2003: East meets West: Tradition, Globalisation and the Future of Arbitration2002: Arbitration, Imagination and the Culture of Compromise: The Inaugural Clayton Utz International Arbitration Lecture

2005: Litigate, Arbitrate, Mediate, Frustrate?Breaking the Dispute Deadlock

About the lecture

The 2005 lecture, Litigate, Arbitrate, Mediate - Frustrate?: Breaking the Dispute Deadlock, was given by Arthur L Marriot QC. Mr Marriott challenged some of the traditional approaches to dispute resolution by focusing on strategies for commercial settlement prior to or within litigation or arbitration which emphasise reconciliation of the parties' business interests and control of cost and time.

About the speaker

Arthur Marriott QC is one of the world's leading arbitration lawyers. He has practised in the field of international commercial arbitration for 25 years and has extensive experience as counsel and arbitrator in all forms of international commercial arbitration and mediation throughout the world, including oil and gas, civil engineering, construction, technology, joint venture and investment treaty disputes.

Mr Marriott was the first English solicitor ever to be appointed as Queen's Counsel. He was also a principal proponent of the reform of English legislation governing arbitration, which resulted in the passage of the Arbitration Act 1996. Mr Marriott has published and spoken widely on the subjects of international arbitration and ADR.

Lecture transcript

Audio clips

An excerpt from the 2005 International Arbitration Lecture.

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