In the framework of its Lectures series, the MIDS has the pleasure to welcome Univ.-Doz. Dr. Claudia Annacker, Partner, International Arbitration and Public International Law at Cleary Gottlieb and Adjunct Professor at the University of Vienna
On Tuesday, 7 May 2019.
The CIDS and the ICC are jointly organizing this conference which marks the 100th anniversary of the ICC.
With a highly interactive format and dynamic presentations from real thought leaders in arbitration, this event will bring together panelists from all over Europe to discuss recent trends and decisions in relation to the setting aside and enforcement of arbitral awards, the circumstances under which the violation of the New York Convention could amount to a violation of investment protection standards.
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The ISDS Reform Library forms part of the ISDS Academic Forum and is a user-friendly search engine compiling treaties and scholarly commentary relevant to ISDS reform. This project is a work in progress and will be periodically updated. The search engine is prepared by CIDS researchers Brian McGarry, Josef Ostřanský, Michele Potestà, and María Florencia Sarmiento.
The MIDS is recruiting an Academic Administrator for the Geneva LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS)
PERIOD OF CONTRACT: During the duration of the maternity leave, non-renewable, for a period of approximately 6 months
CONTRACT START: mid- August 2019
ACTIVITY RATE: 80-100 %
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 15-05-2019
A leading LL.M. with a stellar faculty for a group of selected outstanding students. An in-depth and high-profile training to become a top international dispute settlement lawyer.
The CIDS will attend the 36th session of UNCITRAL Working Group III from 29 October to 2 November 2018.
In this second semester, MIDS students have travelled to The Hague where they have visited the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal.
New paper by Director of CIDS Research Thomas Schultz and co-author Niccolò Ridi on Arbitration Literature