The center has MOU’s with a number of international dispute resolution providers. Selected programs offered through these providers are noted below:

American Bar Association – Dispute Resolution Section 

June 22-23 (Friday–Saturday)
Practice Development Institute. American Bar Association offices, Chicago. This two-day workshop led by Forrest “Woody” Mosten provides a practical model for implementing client-centered peacemaking strategies in your profession, including unbundled legal services and innovative dispute resolution tools. Participants will learn new ways to help clients while staying out of court and explore the personal and ethical dimensions of collaborative problem-solving. Learn more>>

American Bar Association – International Law Section  

May 10-11 (Thursday-Friday)
2018 Investment Arbitration & Trans-Pacific Transactions Conference. Maxwell Chambers, 32 Maxwell Road #03-01 Singapore 069115. Successive panels will address the following topics: Cybersecurity Due Diligence in M&A Transactions, Intellectual Property and Cybersecurity Issues Arising from Internet-of-Things Devices in Connected Cars, Regulation of Foreign Direct Investment, Averting and Responding to Corporate Ethical Crises. Learn more>>

May 29 (Tuesday)
The New Handshake: Online Dispute Resolution and the Future of Consumer Protection. Join ABA authors Amy Schmitz and Colin Rule as they provide a blueprint for the future of online consumer protection and focus on resolving disputes arising from online transactions. Learn more>>

CPR: International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution

May 17–18 (Thursday–Friday)
11th Annual Arbitration Training Institute – Miami. Akerman LLP, 98 SE 7th St., No. 1100, Miami, 33131. Presented by nationally recognized experts at Akerman LLP in Miami, this two-day training features sessions on every stage of the arbitral process examined from the vantage point of neutrals, advocates, administrators and in-house counsel. Small group discussions allow participants to interact in depth with the faculty and each other Substantive sessions address particular areas of arbitral practice. Learn more>>

June 4-8 (Monday–Friday)
2018 Columbia Law School/Chartered Institute Comprehensive Course on International Arbitration. Hogan Lovells US LLP, 875 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022. A weeklong systematic and comprehensive examination of the law and practice of international arbitration. The course features both lecture and interactive segments and is designed for arbitrators, advocates, in-house counsel and others interested in international arbitration. Upon completion, all attendees will receive a certificate of completion from Columbia Law School and the Chartered Institute. Learn more>>

International Chamber of Commerce

May 21-22 (Monday–Tuesday)
4th International Forum on ICC Arbitration in Santo Domingo. Av. Sarasota 65, Santo Domingo 10110, Dominican Republic. This 4th edition of the International Forum on ICC Arbitration will bring together world-class arbitration experts and will focus on topics related to arbitration proceedings and the tools for conduction and managing arbitration proceedings efficiently. Learn more>>

May 29 (Tuesday)
2nd ICC Portuguese Arbitration Day. Hotel Altis, Rua Castilho 11. The second ICC Portuguese Arbitration Day is co-organized by the International Court of Arbitration and ICC Portugal and aims to consider and discuss the latest developments in international arbitration. Its conclusions will contribute to develop and update arbitration at an international scale. Learn more>>

June 26-27 (Tuesday–Wednesday)
4th ICC Asia Conference on International ArbitrationJW Marriott, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong. Attend ICC’s annual Asia conference on international arbitration and keep up to date with the latest regional and institutional developments. Learn more>>

June 29 (Friday)
ICC Advanced Arbitration Academy for Asia. The course is organized over two years, divided into 8 one-day workshops, which take place every three months in six different cities: Hong Kong, Mumbai, Shanghai, Tokyo, Singapore and Beijing. Learn more>>

New York International Arbitration Society  – NYIAC 

May 23 (Wednesday)
The In Camera Breakfast Series: Exploring Intra-Tribunal Dynamics and Decision-Making: Part II, The Law According to Whom? How Arbitrators ‘Get it Right.’Hosted by Hogan Lovells LLP, 875 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10022. Join the International Dispute Resolution Committee of the NYSBA’s Dispute Resolution Section for a two-part breakfast series on the inner workings of arbitral tribunals. Learn More>>