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Webinar recording | Innovations in arbitration

with Rashda Rana

Pre-recorded | Online

View this webinar to gain an overview of the diverse advances in the arbitration process worldwide.

Dispute resolution mechanisms have been adapted, adopted and innovated in different ways over the years. Some have been immensely successful leading to efficiencies and further promotion of the advantages of ADR.

The process of change remains dynamic and is now beginning to harness and incorporate new technologies. In this webinar, Rashda Rana SC examines various innovations in process & technology in international arbitration which are being adopted as well as those being forecast as becoming an integral part of the process.

View this webinar to gain an overview of the diverse advances in the arbitration process worldwide.

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About the presenter

Rashda Rana

Rashda is a commercial and construction/infrastructure lawyer with over 25 years’ experience in the legal profession. She has worked as counsel and arbitrator in a number of international jurisdictions including London, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and China and under a variety of institutional and ad hoc rules. She has also held the role of General Counsel for a major global property development and construction company and is an experienced CEDR accredited mediator. Rashda has regularly been recognised for her work in global ranking guides.

She also undertakes non-contentious work in drafting, reviewing and settling major project documentation. She has also been Adjunct Professor of Law at Sydney University.

Rashda is the current President of Arbitral Women and the Immediate Past President of the Australian Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.