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 three related initiatives.

DELOS INAUGURAL EVENTS SERIES

The Inaugural Events Series provides 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.

We are pleased to share with you the details of the following Inaugural Events. You can find out more and register to attend by clicking on the links:

DELOS-Y

As part of engaging with the younger members of the arbitration community, Delos has established Delos-Y.

The first Delos-Y initiative was to develop an innovative event concept to give the floor to 'mid-level' associates. The event format gives the speakers an opportunity to get better acquainted with their peers and for public speaking, as part of sharing their several years of experience with master's level and bar school students and law firm interns, contemplating a career in international arbitration. The speakers are selected to ensure that they are representative of the different types and sizes of practices and law firms in the local market. 

Speakers and participants gather in small groups of 6-10, which provides a safe space for questions and informal discussion, following initial presentations by the speakers. Midway through the event, the speakers change around between groups to allow for more interaction. The event is moderated by 2-3 senior associates. It takes place in the morning and is followed by a networking breakfast.

The first Delos-Y event (initially known as The Mids) took place in Paris on 11 January 2018. Further information is available here

If you are interested in hosting a future Delos-Y event, please contact us at events@delosdr.org

GUIDE TO ARBITRATION PLACES

The 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. Further information is available here.