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Join us for the Global Pound Conference

Sydney 29 May 2017
Register now - places are strictly limited >>

 
 

 

Dear [FirstName]
 

Whether you are involved in litigation, arbitration, mediation or other alternative dispute resolution, this is an event you should not miss.

Initiated by the International Mediation Institute (a not-for-profit organisation), the Global Pound Conference (GPC) Series 2016-17 will facilitate the development of 21st century commercial dispute resolution tools, at domestic, regional and international levels. The Global Pound Conference is coming to Sydney on 29 May and promises to be one of the major dispute resolution conferences of 2017.

Participants from five stakeholder groups (parties/users, advisors, influencers, adjudicative providers and non-adjudicative providers) vote anonymously on standardised questions via a voting App, debated in real time by world class panellists. The data will be distilled into a global report and white paper, heralding a new era of dispute resolution.

Core questions to be voted upon and discussed:
  • Access to justice & dispute resolution systems: what do users want, need & expect?
  • How is the market currently addressing parties' wants, needs and expectations?
  • How can dispute resolution be improved? (Overcoming obstacles and challenges)
  • Promoting better access to justice: What action items should be considered and by whom?

 

View the full programme and panellists.

Learn about the benefits of attending the GPC Series.

 

 
       
 

Date

Monday 29 May 2017

 

Time

7.45am – 4.45pm

 

Venue

Herbert Smith Freehills
Level 33, ANZ Tower
161 Castlereagh St, Sydney

Register online now 

Tickets: A$390

Spaces are limited, register today.

 

Enquiries

Hannah Pia Baral
Phone 02 9251 3366
Email gpcaus@resolution.institute

 
       

 

 

 

CPD

This event will contribute 7 hours of CPD under the NMAS, Resolution Institute arbitration and adjudication accreditation schemes.