Young ICCA Webinars: Supercharge your Arbitration Research and Arbitrator Due Diligence – expert strategies and practical tips
Young ICCA together with Kluwer Law International will host a webinar entitled “Supercharge your Arbitration Research and Arbitrator Due Diligence – expert strategies and practical tips”. The webinar is scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 16, 2023 between 15:00 and 17:00 CET.
The objective of the webinar will be to provide practical tips and expert strategies on conducting efficient legal research in a leading international arbitration database Kluwer Arbitration. In the first part of the webinar, the participants will receive valuable guidance and recommendations that will assist them in preparing their legal research. In the second part of the webinar, an arbitration research expert from the Kluwer Law International will demonstrate tools and methods for successfully navigating legal research on Kluwer Arbitration’s newly refreshed interface.
The panel is composed of:
- Lisa Dubot, Global Professional Support Lawyer for Mayer Brown's International Arbitration Practice
- Vincent Verschoor, Resident Arbitration Content Expert, Kluwer Law International
- Moderated by: Saemee Kim, Partner, Lee & Ko (Young ICCA Events Co-director)
Meet the Speakers
Lisa Dubot is an English qualified solicitor and a Global Professional Support Lawyer (PSL) for Mayer Brown’s International Arbitration Practice. Lisa is responsible for knowledge management and business strategy, client and lawyer training, thought leadership and advising on complex arbitration matters (among other matters). Lisa has significant experience advising on a wide range of high-profile international arbitrations, including investment treaty, ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, many of which concern the energy sector. Lisa is also a member of the City of London Law Society's Arbitration Law Committee and she enjoys mentoring junior lawyers as a PSL and a mentor for ArbitralWomen's Mentorship Programme.
Vincent Verschoor is the resident arbitration content expert at Kluwer Law International. His primary focus is on the acquisition, management and updating of content and on the enrichment thereof for use and discoverability on Kluwer Arbitration, although he is also closely involved in the technological development of the site.
Saemee Kim is a Partner at Lee & Ko, specialising in international arbitration and cross-border litigation. Ms Kim has handled a variety of high value, complex commercial disputes administered under ICC, SIAC, LCIA, KCAB, AAA (ICDR), HKIAC and UNCITRAL Rules as well as ad hoc arbitrations and cross-border litigation before foreign courts. Ms. Kim is well known in the Korean arbitration community, and has been active in the global arbitration community by acting as Young ICCA Events Coordinator since 2018. She has been promoted to one of the two Young ICCA Events Co-Directors overseeing all of the events and workshops globally held by Young ICCA. She is qualified in Korea and California.
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