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Coast vs Coast: Differences (perceived or real) in the Australian approach to Arbitration
The event is intended to be a lively discussion on whether there are any differences in the approach to international arbitration between the west and east coasts of Australia. The panel will comprise of practitioners from both sides of the Nullabor who will discuss the approach to various aspects of arbitration, in their respective jurisdictions such as:

Selection of Institutional Rules
Selection of Arbitrators;
Selection of Experts;
Approach to evidence;
Approach to hearing;
Pleading styles; and Others


Georgia Quick, Partner at Ashurst - https://www.ashurst.com/en/people/georgia-quick/

Joshua Paffey, Partner at Corrs Chambers – https://www.corrs.com.au/people/joshua-paffey

Leon Firios, Barrister (Francis Burt Chambers) - https://www.quaysidechambers.com/leon-firios

Ariane Owen, Senior Associate (Allen & Overy) - https://www.allenovery.com/en-gb/global/people/ariane-owen

Moderators: Kabir Barat (DLA Piper) and Erin Eckhoff (King & Wood Mallesons)

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Apr 5, 2022 04:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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