Achieving Gender Diversity for Future Generations in Appointments to International Commercial Arbitration Tribunals - A Focus on Scotland
Article from: TDM 4 (2015), in Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration
This paper has emerged from my interest in dispute resolution in schools and, in particular, a visit to my former school in Scotland earlier this year, when I was highly impressed to hear about a mock court project in which primary school pupils have won praise from seasoned legal professionals. The school put forward a team of ten year olds to the final of the competition, including two female "counsel". The project prompted me to consider how future generations of women will fare when they move up through the ranks in the world of international commercial arbitration, especially in ...