[Virtual] The Law and Theory of International Commercial Arbitration in Singapore
Within a relatively short span of time, Singapore has cemented its position as a popular and leading arbitration jurisdiction.
The Law and Theory of International Commercial Arbitration in Singapore marks the coming of age of international commercial arbitration in Singapore and is the first comprehensive textbook of its kind on the subject.
Whilst a core function of this book is to provide an overview of current legal principles of international commercial arbitration under Singapore law, the book critically examines key legal principles and questions underlying assumptions.
The in-depth practical and theoretical discourse on a comprehensive range of topics will, it is hoped, be valuable to practitioners, academics and students.
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|3.30 PM||Participants to register in person at Maxwell Chambers or log in to Webinar|
|4.00 PM||Opening Remarks by Guest of Honour, The Honourable Justice Judith Prakash, Judge of Appeal, Supreme Court of Singapore|
|4.15 PM||Introduction of the book by the authors, and fireside chat with The Honourable Justice Judith Prakash, Judge of Appeal, Supreme Court of Singapore and Toby Landau QC, Duxton Hill Chambers (Singapore Group Practice) (By Video)|
|5.30 PM||On-site refreshments|