CLE Credits

Information Regarding New York CLE Credits:

Columbia Law School has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Board as an Accredited Provider of CLE programs. Under New York State CLE regulations, this traditional live classroom for newly admitted and experienced CLE Program will provide 6 hours of New York CLE credits in the Areas of Professional Practice, Skills, and Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias categories. This CLE credit is awarded to New York attorneys for full attendance of each individual session of the Program. Attorneys seeking credit must affirm arrival and departure times with a signature in the registers. On sign-out on departure, attorneys should also submit their completed Evaluation Form, furnished at the Conference. This attendance verification procedure is required by the New York State CLE Board. Please note the NYS Certificates of Attendance will be sent to the email address as it appears in the register unless otherwise noted there.


Panel 1: Effective Management of Evidence in Construction Arbitration

Construction Industry Arbitrations: Recommended Tools and Techniques for Effective Management

Panel 2: TechTalk: Unraveling the Tapestry - AI's Influence on International Arbitration

Artificial Intelligence in International Arbitration: The World is All That is the Case – Bianca Berardicurti.

The Future of International Arbitration in the Age of Artificial Intelligence – Orlando Federico Cabrera Colorado.

International Arbitration and Artificial Intelligence: Ideas to Improve the Written Phase of Arbitral Proceedings – Jennifer Kirby.

Arbitrator Intelligence: From Intuition to Data in Arbitration Appointments - Catherine A. Rogers.

Panel 3: Procedural Toolkit for Efficient and Cost-Effective Arbitration

Due process paranoia and its role in the future of international commercial arbitration – Erika Williams, Hannah Fas and Tom Hannah.

Procedural Fairness and Efficiency in International Arbitration – Fabricio Fortese and Lotta Hemmi.

Controlling Time and Costs in Arbitration – ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR.

Panel 4: ISDS and the New Emerging Economies

Dissecting Backlash: The Unarticulated Causes of Backlash and its Unintended Consequences  - David Caron and Esmé Shirlow.

ICSID Arbitration and Developing Countries – Ahmed Sadek El-Kosheri.

Investment Treaty Arbitration and Developing Countries: A Re-Appraisal – Kevin P. Gallagher and Elen Shrestha.

The Transformation of International Organizations – Specialization, New Initiatives, and Working Methods – Some Observations on the Work of UNCITRAL Working Group III – Chiara Giorgetti.

The Rise of and Backlash against Investor-State Arbitration – Rodrigo Polanco.