About the Academy
In January 2021, the Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration will hold the Winter Academy on International Arbitration "Beyond the Imaginable Borders: Transformation of Arbitration".
The Academy will touch upon the most innovative topics and cover the transformation of the well-known concepts of arbitration in the technological era. The schedule is built around general courses coupled with case-studies on validity of arbitration agreements and choice of law.
During the special courses the most acute topics in the field of arbitration will be examined such as due process, confidentiality and its cyber risks, arbitration of climate change and renewable energy disputes, peculiarities of construction and oil & gas arbitration, cultural and procedural differences, cross-examination in international arbitration.
Apart from theory, the participants will have an opportunity to get hands-on experience during workshops on advocacy, expert evidence & damages with the following application of acquired skills before the distinguished panel of arbitrators during the Moot Court.
The Academy will be held on 11-16 January 2021 in the office of the Russian Arbitration Center (Moscow, Kadashevskaya embankment, 14, bldg 3).
The working language: English.
Requirements: no less than 2 years of experience in arbitration, mediation or litigation.
Participation Fee: 5 000 RUB (paid after being selected as a participant of the Academy). Several scholarship places are available, which are provided at the discretion of the Advisory Committee after submitting a statement of necessity.
Deadline for Applications: 4 October 2020
Registration is available here.
The Organizing Committee will select from 15 to 20 participants and announce the results no later than 15 October 2020
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Feedback of the Participants
"I liked a lot how everything was organized. Even if we compare it to the university education, here we had more practice and more intensive courses. Speakers have great experience since most of them are partners of law firms, and they are delighted to share it. This way participants acquire skills that are more practical. Delivered theoretical information is up to date, while it tends to be outdated in universities. And I liked the management of the Academy: the building is very commodious, all the relevant materials are sent by email on a daily basis and all the participants are provided with beverages (water and coffee). Kaysin (Dmitry Kaysin, EPAM) conducted a very interesting class. Although the participants were provided with relevant material for preparation, we still made mistakes, but this is what stands out, because if you make mistakes, this makes you remember the right answers.
Kaysin (Dmitry Kaysin, EPAM) conducted a very interesting class. Although the participants were provided with relevant material for preparation, we still made mistakes, but this is what stands out, because if you make mistakes, this makes you remember the right answers".
Solo practice in dispute resolution in Russian state courts
"I am dealing with dispute resolution in state courts and I want to note that I was excited to attend this course, even though international arbitration is not my domain, I am only indirectly related to it. Nevertheless, it was very useful broadening horizons wise. I would particularly like to highlight the lectures by Anna Grishchenkova. They were the most interesting, memorable and practically applicable for me. Thank you for this opportunity and for organization of such an event"
Associate at "Gurichev, Malinin and Partners"