Learning & events
Series of five arbitration workshops
with Lucy Martinez
17 March | 1–2pm AEDT, 14 April, 12 May, 9 June & 7 July | 1–2pm AEST | Zoom
Arbitration—an introduction to the key features of arbitration
Begin your adventure to improving your arbitration skills. This unique series of five online events will bring you an introduction to commercial arbitration and dispute resolution. Workshop series begins on Thursday 17 March 2022. This series of five workshops is also available outside the bundle pool to be attended as an individual session, should you wish to attend individually.
|Event Time||Trainer||Agenda/ Learning outcomes|
|Intro to Arbitration||17 March 2022||1–2pm AEDT||Lucy Martinez||
|Drafting an Arbitration Clause||14 April 2022||1–2pm AEST||Lucy Martinez||
|Drafting an Award||12 May 2022||1–2pm AEST||Lucy Martinez||
|Enforcement of Awards in Oz||9 Jun 2022||1–2pm AEST||Lucy Martinez||
|Investor-State Arbitration||7 Jul 2022||1–2pm AEST||Lucy Martinez||
Stay up to date on the latest trends and innovations with live online workshops. Connect with experts and hone your arbitration skills.
About the presenter
Extensive experience sitting as arbitrator (sole, co- and presiding) in ACICA, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, and SIAC disputes, including in expedited proceedings, governed by laws of Australia, England, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, and Thailand; advising and representing private and sovereign clients in international disputes relating to investment treaties and contracts, including in AAA, ICC, ICSID, LCIA, UNCITRAL, and ad hoc arbitrations; reviewing draft dispute resolution clauses in contracts; and advising on various international pro bono projects.
Industry experience includes energy (oil, gas, electricity, mining), telecommunications, satellite technology, banking and finance, insurance and reinsurance, trademarks, shipping, sports, supply of goods, gambling and leisure sectors.
Technology required: Zoom application, PC/laptop/tablet/smartphone, Internet connection, sound/speakers or a headset and an in-built microphone.
Accessing the Online Workshop
Online Workshops are run using Zoom as our online platform.
How do I access the Online Workshop?
What do I need on my computer or device to take part in an Online Workshop?
You will ideally need a computer or device with a camera and microphone and good Internet coverage. You will need to make sure that you can access ‘Zoom’ in your browser. You can download and install Zoom prior or as part of the process when you first click the Zoom link.
You may join the Online Workshop from your PC, Mac, Linux or mobile devices (IOS or Android). Click here to learn about:
- Supported operating systems, tablets and mobile devices
- Supported browsers
- Required device processor and RAM
- Join a Zoom test meeting to test your Internet connectivity.
- Check here for recommended Internet bandwidth.
- You will need speakers or headphones to listen to the speaker. Check that your headphones or speakers are connected and the volume is turned on (where applicable).
- You may also need to check the Audio Settings on Zoom once you have logged in.
How can I access technical support?
- Resolution Institute Sydney office : +61 2 9251 3366 (Landline) | 1800 651 650 (Freecall)
- Resolution Institute Wellington office: +64 4 470 0110 (Landline) | 0800 453 237 (Freecall)
Zoom Help Centre
If you require urgent assistance and are unable to reach the Resolution Institute office, please contact Zoom Help Centre and choose Free or Pro plan subscribers - Chat Live to begin the chat session. You will be required to provide the event’s Webinar ID that’s on your confirmation email. Zoom chat support is available 24/7.