INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

DELOS IS AN INDEPENDANT ARBITRATION INSTITUTION THAT PROVIDES AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO COMMERCIAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION


DELOS's COMMITMENT TO THE IA COMMUNITY

Delos is committed to the international arbitration community. We describe below our related initiatives.

INAUGURAL EVENTS SERIES

The Inaugural Events Series provided an opportunity for exchange with the arbitration community about the Delos approach to arbitration and its emphasis on time and cost efficiency, combined with quality and flexibility.

LONG VIEW EVENTS SERIES

Delos turned 5 in January 2019. To celebrate this milestone, Delos has initiated a series of events to take a long view of the evolution of international arbitration and the place of Delos within this wider narrative. Find out more here.

DELOS-Y

As part of engaging with the younger members of the arbitration community, Delos has established Delos-Y. This initiative is led by dynamic members of the international arbitration community.

GUIDE TO ARBITRATION PLACES (GAP)

The Delos Guide to Arbitration Places, known as the 'GAP', is designed to assist in-house counsel, corporate lawyers and arbitration practitioners with efficiently accessing key insights into a large range of jurisdictions, including for the purposes of negotiating the choice of arbitral seats and conducting arbitral proceedings in those jurisdictions. 

TECH CHANNEL

The intersection of technology and international arbitration is not only increasingly topical, it is also increasingly present and shaping (our perception of) the future of international arbitration practice. Delos has accordingly created the Tech Channel for practitioners to stay abreast of tech developments relevant to the practice of IA (and dispute resolution). You can sign up for it here.

COVID-19 (and the coronavirus)

Delos has put together the following:

WEBINARS

Delos has initiated two webinar series:

  • In conversation with Neil, where Neil Kaplan explores the careers and personal stories of his guests with Chiann Bao.
  • TagTime, which features leaders from the world of international arbitration in substantive discussion of well-known cases and relevant case material.