16th Annual Clayton Utz / University of Sydney International Arbitration Lecture 2017

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Paul Westwood and Michelle Novotny again attended the annual International Arbitration Lecture organised by Clayton Utz and the University of Sydney, and held at the Federal Court’s Ceremonial Court, in Sydney on 11 October 2017.  These lectures are of interest to the Forensic Document Services Pty Ltd team as their work includes being engaged as forensic document examiners in international arbitration matters.  The guest speaker was Sir Bernard Eder who provided his insights on the topic of “International Arbitration – How Worldly Is It?”.  The diversity of many aspects of international arbitration including the locations of the dispute resolution centres, the countries of origin of the parties, and the nationalities of the arbitrators, as well as the statistics over recent years, demonstrate that international arbitration is indeed very worldly and increasingly so, in a global sense, and to the great benefit of the process, as discussed by Sir Eder.