Upcoming Symposium on Challenges and Opportunities for International Commercial Arbitration and Investor-State Dispute Settlement in the Asia-Pacific Region (Mon, 15 July, 1:30-5:35 PM)

HKU School of Law, the University of Sydney School of Law together with AIIFL will be hosting a conference on “Challenges and Opportunities for International Commercial Arbitration and Investor State Dispute Settlement in the Asia Pacific Region on 15 July 2019 starting at 1:30pm.  Below is information on the program:


International Commercial Arbitration in Australia: Judicial Control over Arbitral Awards
An Australian Perspective on Investment Treaty Negotiations and Investment Arbitration
Developing Japan as a Regional Hub for International Dispute Resolution: Dream Come True or Daydream?
Procedural Models to Upgrade BIT’s: China’s Experience
China and International Investment Arbitration: Chinese Arbitral Institutions and ISDS Rules
China’s Belt and Road Development and A New International Commercial Arbitration Initiative in Asia
International Commercial Arbitration and ISDS Developments in Hong Kong in the Context of the Belt and Road Initiative
Can the Singapore International Commercial Court Play a Role in ISDS?

Panel Discussion
ISDS in Recent Arbitration of International Investment Agreements Involving Asian countries
Contract claims v Treaty claims: can the investor have it both ways?

Draft Programme is available HERE.

Please register ONLINE to reserve a place.