YAYAH & GAR Academy Live Workshop

4 Jun
14:30 - 19:00


YAYAH & GAR Academy Live Workshop

YAYAH and GAR Academy are delighted to collaborate in this first edition live workshop, just a few footsteps from LIDW’s main conference.

This ½ day interactive workshop will bring together esteemed GAR faculty to share best practices and insights on the topic of cross examination in international arbitration.

By joining us you will:

  • Receive instruction from our faculty of renowned senior practitioners
  • Discuss and learn with your peers in practical group work, for first hand experience of best practice to build and develop your technique
  • Network with the LIDW24’s main conference drink reception, directly after the workshop

The session will feature leaders in the field including:

  • Manish Aggarwal, partner, Three Crowns
  • Alexander Demuth, managing director, Secretariat
  • Hilary Heilbron KC, barrister, Brick Court Chambers
  • Heiko Heppner, partner, Dentons
  • Peter Rosher, partner, Reed Smith
  • Jane Davies Evans KC, barrister, 3VB




Tickets will include access to the full session, coffee and refreshments, and entrance to the main conference’s networking drinks reception. 

This educational workshop is aimed at junior practitioners working in international arbitration or those looking to move into the field.

Attendee participation is central to this workshop. Kindly prepare to engage and contribute to discussions, share ideas and to take advantage of networking opportunities to connect with peers.

We look forward to seeing you all there.   

To find out more about the workshop please email us directly by clicking here.


About LIDW Young and Young at Heart

LIDW Young and Young at Heart (“YAYAH”) represents the broad community of stakeholders in London’s dispute resolution community that consider themselves to be Young or Young at Heart. Over the last few years our mission has been to ensure that during London International Disputes Week we provide a social forum for members of this community to gather, exchange ideas and develop their network.

We are somewhat unique in that eligibility to form part of our community does not depend on age or role. However, in an effort to ensure that our mission doesn’t become lost amongst the multitude of events, we ensure that all YAYAH events are tailored and targeted towards the YAYAH community.  This is reflected in the type of events, speakers and themes we select for our educational events, as well as the venues and the “informal” nature of our social events.

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