HKIAC is pleased to host the 5th HK Practice Moot for the 11th Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court on 22 – 23 February 2018. The HK Practice Moot is the only Asian practice moot for the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot, providing teams in the Asia-Pacific region experience in the practice of investment arbitration in simulated arbitration hearings.
HKIAC Capacity Building Scholarship:
The HKIAC Capacity Building Scholarship (HKCBS) is an initiative to promote the development of investment arbitration in Asia and to able build the next generation of arbitrators. The aim of the scholarship is to provide students from developing jurisdictions within Asia (specifically Belt and Road countries) a unique opportunity to enhance knowledge of international arbitration and international investment arbitration through funded placements at HKIAC and a leading law firm in Hong Kong.
This year, we are excited to partner with Clifford Chance to host two outstanding participants.
Arbitrators at the 5th HK Practice Moot include:
Navin Ahuja, Thomson Reuters
Oliver Cain, Victorian Bar
Antony Crockett, Herbert Smith Freehills
Mariel Dimsey, Hogan Lovells
Kevin Hon, Liberty Chambers
Eliza Jiang, Peter Yuen & Associates
William Jones, Berwin Leighton Paisner
Jennifer Lim, Debevoise & Plimpton
Wesley Pang, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
Michael Robbins, Dorsey & Witney
Tim Robbins, Arbitration Chambers
Mohammed Talib, Pinsent Masons
Sarah Thomas, Morrison & Foerster
Alice Wang, Pinsent Masons
Kellie Yi, Allen & Overy
Dominique Yong, Clifford Chance
Registration and enquiries:
- Application form can be found here.
- If you wish to join the 2018 HK Practice Moot, plese email us a completed application form at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5 January 2018.
- For enquiries about the HK Practice Moot and the HKIAC Capacity Building Scholarship, please contact Inki Cho at email@example.com.