A new lecture series is held under the sponsorship of the "Decolonizing Arbitration" Research Unit at Nagoya University.
The "Decolonizing Arbitration Lecture Series" focuses primarily on arbitration and ADR, but also on access to finance, pharmaceutical law and IP, and innovative legal research.
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11/4, 16:30-18:00 COVID 19 and Pharmaceutical IPs Speaker: Dr. Matteo Dragoni
11/11 16:30-18:00 Access to Credit in the Digital Era: Law, Regulation, and Blockchain Speaker: Dr.Giuliano Castellano, Associate Professor, Hong Kong University Faculty of Law
11/18 16:30-18:00 Law and Neurosciences. New Frontiers of Legal Research Speaker: Prof. Andrea Ortolani, Designated Professor, Rikkyo University
11/25 16:30-18:00 Belt and Road Dispute Resolution Speaker: Dr.Weixia Gu, Associate Professor, Hong Kong University Faculty of Law
12/2 16:30-18:00 Ex Aequo et Bono as a Response to Over-Judicialisation of International Commercial Arbitration Speaker: Dr.NobumichiTeramura, Assistant Professor of the Institute of Asian Studies, University of Brunei Darussalam (UBD)
12/16 16:30-18:00 How to start a career in Arbitration. Practical insights. Speaker: Ms. Anne-Marie Doernenburg, Foreign Associate, Nishimura & Asahi
1/13 16:30-18:00 Mediation of Investment Disputes Speaker: Prof. James Claxton, Associate Professor, Waseda University
1/20 16:30-18:00 The diversity deficit in international arbitration Speaker: Ms. Roopa Mathews, Associate, LALIVE
1/27 16:30-18:00 What’s Wrong with Investment Arbitration? Speakers: Dr. Maria Laura Marceddu/Prof. Pietro Ortolani