‘Technology in International Arbitration Advocacy: The Nuts and Bots’ is the second installment of ACICA45’s 2023 series on advocacy. Drawing on their experiences using technology to prepare cases before arbitral panels, the speakers will discuss how to leverage technological developments in arbitrations. Topics will include large language models and algorithmically informed discovery.
Experienced trial and arbitration advocate Claire Schneider, recently “engaged in litigation on a monumental scale” for Sanots Limited v Fluor Australia Pty Ltd & Anor, joins the panel to contribute her thoughts gleaned from a career assisting clients in State and Federal Courts, arbitrations and Royal Commissions.
ACICA45 was established with the aim of responding to the “appetite for young and emerging practitioners to be involved in the arbitration community and learn more about the practice of arbitration”. Oliver Cook is part of the steering committee which organises events and activities around Australia to encourage participation and provide educational opportunities for emerging arbitration practitioners.
Date & time: Thursday 4 May 1715 UTC for 1730 UTC. Drinks will follow the formal proceedings which conclude at 1830 UTC.
Venue: Ashurst, L38 Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane. The event is in person only.
Registration is via the ACICA45 event page.
The event flyer is available here.