IASC Mexico 2017

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IASC-Mexico is a one-week course that provides the necessary training to become a future international arbitration game player.

It is unique because it provides firsthand knowledge from highly regarded professionals (arbitrators, lawyers, experts, academics and representatives of arbitral institutions) who share experiences that are only available through a one-on-one approach. The course walks attendees through all stages of the arbitral procedure by using a mock case. Furthermore, IASC-Madrid organizes social events that are ideal fora for attendees to exchange thoughts and enrich their network.

The IASC-Mexico has been designed by young practitioners for young practitioners and is impregnated of fresh and dynamic character.

Admission fee:

  • Practitioners: USD 680 all tax included

  • Students: USD 580 all tax included

Registration deadline:

  • MAY 24, 2017

Lecturers

Anneliese Fleckentein  

Legal Counsel on one of the Case Management Teams

Catherine Kettlewell

Arnold & Porter (Washington D.C.)

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Juan Felipe Merizalde

Dechert

Martin Doe

Permanent Court of Arbitration (The Hague)

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Kabir Duggal

Baker & McKenzie (New York)

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Hugo García

Corral Rosales Carmigniani Pérez

 

Gabriel Cavazos

Tecnológico Monterrey

 

Marco Tulio Venegas

Von Wobeser & Sierra

 

Francisco González de Cossío

Leading arbitration
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Gloria Álvarez

Lecturer in International Energy Arbitration,
University of Aberdeen
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