- 18 November 2020
- 22 h 00 min - 23 h 00 min
Question Time with LAW360 and the Kluwer Arbitration Blog
The “Question Time with LAW360 and the Kluwer Arbitration Blog” – a fireside chat and Q&A took place on 18 November as part of the GAP Symposium and featured (bios below):
- Caroline Simson (Law360, New York)
- Kiran Gore (Kluwer Arbitration Blog, Washington D.C.), and
- Myriam Seers (Torys, Toronto / GAP Regional Editor)
The recording is available here.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
Caroline Simson is a senior reporter for Law360’s international arbitration newswire. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Binghamton University and is an avid traveler, having studied abroad at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and spent a semester in Ireland interning for a media company.
Kiran Nasir Gore has more than a decade of expertise in public and private international law, foreign investment strategies, and international dispute resolution. Kiran advocates before US courts, ad hoc arbitration panels, commercial and investment tribunals, and investigative authorities. In addition, she provides strategic advice on treaty law, conflict of laws, and legislative reform. Kiran is Counsel in the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, PC, working on all facets of international dispute resolution. Among other roles, she is an Associate Editor of the Kluwer Arbitration Blog and a Professorial Lecturer in Law at The George Washington University Law School in the International and Comparative Law Program.
Myriam Seers practices litigation and dispute resolution, with a particular focus on investor-state arbitration, international commercial arbitration and commercial litigation involving clients in the mining, electricity, oil & gas and transportation sectors. She has appeared as counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada, in international arbitrations under the ICSID, UNCITRAL and ICC Rules, in all levels of Ontario and Canadian federal courts, before Ontario administrative tribunals including the Ontario Energy Board and the Environmental Review Tribunal, and in domestic arbitrations. In 2019 and 2020, she was recognized by the global publication Who’s Who Legal as a Future Leader for Arbitration, one of the few arbitration counsel in Canada to have received this recognition.