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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - International Dispute Resolution

Guest lectures

 

The winter semester features a weekly guest lecture delivered by renowned German and international law professors and experienced practitioners within the fields of international investment and commercial law, and international dispute resolution.

 

During the 2018/2019 academic year the IDR LL.M. hosted distinguished scholars and practitioners including amongst others:

 

Prof. Dr. Christian Borris

 

on "Influence of Anglo-Saxon Procedure in International Arbitration"

 

Prof. Dr. Hans van Houtte

 

on "The Iran - United States Claims Tribunal: Its Contribution to International Law"

 

Prof. Dr. Fabricio Polido

 

on "Global Trends in International Dispute Resolution & New Technologies – Remarks on ODRs and Litigation in the IT and Internet Industry"

 

Prof. Dr. Rolf Trittmann

 

on "Fact-Finding Process in International Arbitration"

 

Prof. Hilmar Raeschke-Kessler

 

on "Enforcement of Arbitral Awards with Emphasis on Awards under Investment Treaties"

 

Dr. Beata Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz

 

on "Declaratory Relief in International Arbitration"

 

Dr. Patricia Nacimiento

 

on "International Dispute Resolution in the Energy Sector"

 

Dr. Wolf H. von Bernuth

 

on "Arbitration of Cross-Border M&A Disputes"

 

Dr. Tom Christopher Pröstler, LL.M. (Sydney)

 

on "Dispute Resolution: Made in Germany"

 

Dr. David Quinke

 

on "Joint Venture Disputes"

 

Dr. Anke C. Sessler

 

on "Ensuring Efficient Arbitral Proceedings: Practitioner’s View on what is in the In-House Lawyer, Counsel and Arbitrator’s Toolbox"

 

Daniele Boccucci

 

on "The Court of Arbitration for Sport: Peculiarities of CAS arbitration and the Additional and Undervalued Pros of Mediation vs the Limits of Mediation in Sport-Related Disputes"

 

Silke Elrifai

 

on "Arbitration and Blockchain"

 

Siegfried H. Elsing

 

on "IP Law and Arbitration"

 

Christopher Lau SC

 

on "Bridging the Gap: The impact of Culture on the International Arbitral Process"