GoArb is one of the programs organized by IASC. It is a one-week introductory course on international arbitration based on the analysis of a mock case. GoArb has held editions all over the world with the collaboration of arbitral institutions, chambers of commerce, universities and young arbitration groups. The 2017 Mexico edition of GoArb was organized with the collaboration of ICC Mexico.


  1. Introduction to international arbitration
  2. ICC Procedure
  3. The Arbitration Agreement
  4. Interim Measures and Emergency
  5. Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal
  6. Terms of Reference
  7. Evidence
  8. Annulment and Enforcement of the Award
  9. Damages
  10.  Skills
    1. Oral Advocacy
    2. Written Submissions Drafting
    3. Cross Examination
    4. Mock Hearings
  11. Networking Events
    1. Welcoming breakfast
    2. Welcome Event
    3. ICC YAF Event
    4. Young ICSID Event
    5. Closing Reception


Gloria Álvarez – Aberdeen University (Aberdeen)
Gabriel Cavazos – Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)
Patrick Childress – Sidley Austin (Washington)
Martin Doe – Permanent Court of Arbitration (The Hague)
Kabir Duggal – Baker & McKenzie (New York)
Anneliese Fleckenstein – ICSID (Washington)
Álvaro Galindo – Dechert (Washington)
Hector Anaya – Creel, García-Cuélla, Aiza y Enríquez (Mexico)
Hugo García – Corral Rosales Carmigniani Pérez (Quito)
Francisco González de Cossío – González de Cossío Abogados (Mexico)
Catherine Kettlewell – ICSID (Washington)
Laurence Marquis – University of Sherbrooke (Montreal)
Marco Tulio Venegas – Von Wobeser y Sierra (Mexico)
Gabriela Álvarez – Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle (Mexico)