Geneva 21, 22 & 23 November 2019
The international energy sector makes up the largest portfolio of international arbitrations in the world today. The overall number of disputes submitted to arbitration has grown, rising all sorts of complex issues specific to the sector.
This three-day program offers an advanced introduction to the specificities of international arbitration in the context of energy-related disputes, by providing its participants the working knowledge and tools to initiate or resist energy-related arbitration claims.
New paper by Cédric Dupont, Thomas Schultz, and Merih Angin, titled Double Jeopardy? The Use of Investment Arbitration in Times of Crisis
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.
Edited by Prof. Freya Baetens
The Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) is pleased to continue its series of Doctoral Research Seminars
Arbitration and ADR conference co-organised with the ICC
With Univ.-Doz. Dr. Claudia Annacker
Dr. Florian Grisel (King’s College London and CNRS Paris-Nanterre) was presenting his paper on "Managing the fishery commons at Marseille: How a medieval institution failed to accommodate change in an age of globalization"
By Director of CIDS Research Thomas Schultz and co-author Niccolò Ridi on Arbitration Literature
By Director of CIDS Research Thomas Schultz, titled "The Ethos of Arbitration"
By Cédric Dupont, Thomas Schultz, and Merih Angin, titled Double Jeopardy? The Use of Investment Arbitration in Times of Crisis
By Thomas Schultz and Jason Mitchenson
By Thomas Schultz and Clément Bachmann