TagTime S01 E08 – Cecilia Azar on “Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration: Debates and dilemmas surrounding third-party funding and party representation”
Cecilia Azar discussed “Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration: Debates and dilemmas surrounding third-party funding and party representation” with Dr Kabir Duggal and Amanda Lee. The recording is available here. Cecilia Azar was tagged by Funke Adekoya SAN; she in turn tagged Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab. This episode was also supported by Women Way in Arbitration – Latin America (WWA LatAm).
Cecilia Azar is a partner at Galicia Abogados, specializing in arbitration, mediation and legal proceedings relating to arbitration. She has specialized in the energy, infrastructure, construction and family/commercial mediation sectors over the past 10 years. Her clients include national and international companies involved in energy or construction and infrastructure projects. Her recent cases have covered complex legal disputes relating to distribution, technology transfer and international purchase and sale contracts. She was Secretary General and Counsel at the Arbitration Center of Mexico (CAM). She is currently Vice-President of the ICC Mexico Arbitration Commission and Chair of the Mexican Arbitration Institute (IMA). She has international experience as counsel for the Mediation in Mexico Project, sponsored by the American Bar Association and USAID. She has been recognized by Who’s Who and Chambers Latin America over the last 5 years.