HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS – SMU ASIAN ARBITRATION LECTURE

Sir Christopher Greenwood: Investor-State Arbitration: Is there a Future?

This year marks the eighth edition of the Herbert Smith Freehills – SMU Asian Arbitration Lecture Series.

We are delighted that Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE, CMG, QC, will deliver the lecture on Thursday 18 October, on the topic of Investor-State Arbitration: Is There A Future? We are honoured to have Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon as Guest of Honour.

The Herbert Smith Freehills-SMU Asian Arbitration Lecture Series was established in 2010 through funding from Herbert Smith Freehills, and promotes collaborative forms of dispute resolution and access to justice. It also aims to promote Singapore as a leading centre for dispute resolution in Asia, particularly in arbitration and mediation. Each year, a distinguished arbitrator delivers the lecture, which is also published in a leading global arbitration journal.

Date:      Thursday, 18 October 2018

Time:      4:30pm – Registration

5:00pm – Lecture

Cocktail Reception to follow

Venue:   Singapore Management University

School of Law (SMU Hall 1.3, Level B1)

55 Armenian Street

Singapore 179943

Click here to register

The lecture will be a SILE accredited CPD activity.


Disclaimer

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is licensed to operate as a foreign law practice in Singapore. Where advice on Singapore law is required, we will refer the matter to and work with licensed Singapore law practices where necessary.

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