Published 8 March 2022
Young-OGEMID, conducted its thirteenth virtual symposium, Effective Legal Writing: Written Submissions in International Arbitration ("Symposium") last October 4th to 13th of 2021. It focused on the important role which written submissions play in the field of international arbitration.
The Symposium observed written submissions in international arbitration by combining the knowledge, expertise, and experience of leading legal practitioners and arbitrators from across the world.
The Symposium sought to help the participants understand what was needed in their written submissions and aid them to improve their rapport and communication within the arbitral setting.
The esteemed panelists covered a range of topics, from their real-life experiences to their professional advice.
- Hagit Muriel Elul, Hughes Hubbard - Virtues of Brevity in Written Advocacy
- Michael Nolan, Independent Arbitrator - Arbitrators' Views on Written Advocacy
- Crina Baltag, Stockholm University - Cross-Border Issues involving Written Advocacy
- Ali Yesilirmak, Ibn Haldun Üniversitesi Rektör Yardimcisi - Effective Legal Writing