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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - International Dispute Resolution

Special lectures and conferences

 

Each semester, the IDR LL.M. hosts a distinguished guest, a renowned law professor or practitioner in the field of international dispute resolution, who opens or closes the semester with a special lecture dedicated to a current issue in international dispute resolution.

 

Furthermore, in the context of specific developments in or events related to alternative dispute resolution, the IDR LL.M. program has been involved in assisting with or organising panel discussions and conferences.

 

Winter Semester 2019/2020

 

Opening lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Klaus Sachs: "Making international arbitration more efficient: Tools and techniques for effective proceedings”

 

Berlin Premoot Conference 2020: "The Future of Arbitration"

 

Summer Semester 2019

 

Opening lecture delivered by Daniele Boccucci: "The Court of Arbitration for Sport: Peculiarities of CAS arbitration and the additional and undervalued pros of mediation vs the limits of mediation in sports-related disputes”

 

Winter Semester 2018/2019

 

Opening lecture by Prof. Dr. Hans van Houtte: "The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal: Its Contribution to International Law”

 

Berlin Premoot Conference 2019: "The Future of Arbitration"

 

Summer Semester 2018

 

Opening lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Christian Duve: "When is technology going to replace arbitration?”

 

Conference: "Slovak Republic v Achmea B.V. – the End of Investment Protection Agreements between EU Member States?"

 

Winter Semester 2017/2018

 

Opening Lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof: "International Arbitration: Challenges, Responsibilities and Opportunities”

 

Summer Semester 2017

 

Closing lecture delivered by Dr. Markus Wirth: "Alternatives to established ‘Best Practices’”

 

Winter Semester 2016/2017

 

Opening Lecture delivered by John Beechey CBE: "Good Things Take Time – Quality vs. Efficiency in Arbitration”

 

Summer Semester 2016

 

Opening Lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Rolf Trittmann: "The Interplay between Procedural and Substantive Law in International Arbitration”

 

Winter Semester 2015/2016

 

Opening Lecture delivered by Gary Born: "TTIP and the Future of International Investment Arbitration"