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

CPR: International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution

January 23 (Wednesday)

Houston Regional Meeting and Networking Event. Baker

Hostetler, 811 Main Street, Suite 1100, Houston, TX 77002. Join the CPR Institute’s Energy, Oil and Gas Committee and their distinguished guests for “Cocktails and Conversation” at BakerHostetler’s event space in Houston on January 23, 2019 at 6:00pm CT. This VIP energy-insider networking event will feature a panel of in-house counsel from leading corporations discussing the powerful impact of ADR as it continues to evolve in our sector. Learn More>>

January 24 (Thursday)

Y-ADR Seminar: Introduction to CPR. Baker McKenzie, 452 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10018. Please join CPR Y-ADR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution Young Attorneys in Dispute Resolution) for an introduction to the CPR arbitration rules, mediation procedures and resources. This program is planned to coincide with the New York University School of Law’s International Student Interview Program (ISIP), and will help LLMs and other students or practitioners with an interest in arbitration or mediation learn why CPR is one of the most trusted ADR institutions particularly for corporate counsel. Learn More>>

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)

March 14 (Tuesday)

Too fast, too slow or just right? Duration, timing and timeliness in ICC arbitration. Montreal, Canada. This ICC conference will take place on the occasion of the 22nd Annual IBA International Arbitration Day: “Beyond the Governing Law: Mandatory Rules, Lois de police, Trade Sanctions and Other Conflicts of Laws” and will feature a roundtable discussion of the new ICC Commission Report on Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings, ICC Expedited Proceedings, summary disposition of claims and defenses, and timely rendering of ICC arbitral awards. Learn More>>

March 26 (Tuesday)

The Role of the Judiciary in Arbitration. Mexico City, Mexico. This event will include debates on the enforcement of court or arbitrator-ordered interim measures, judicial assistance in the taking and disclosure of evidence, annulment under public policy grounds, among others. It will count with the participation of representatives of the ICC Court and ICCA, and will feature world-class arbitration practitioners. Learn More>>

New York International Arbitration Society (NYIAC) 

March 15 (Friday)

12th Annual International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) Practice Moot and Lecture Series. New York International Arbitration Center, 150 East 42nd Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10036. The ICDR Practice Moot and Lecture Series endeavors to provide a forum for law students to gain practical experience in the field of private international dispute resolution and commercial law. Utilizing the fact pattern and framework of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, students representing a global collection of law schools participate in multiple rounds of simulated arbitration in which they present oral arguments to leading international arbitrators and practitioners in a real world arbitration hearing venue. Following each round, arbitrators will provide oral and written feedback to students in an effort to boast advocacy skills and legal knowledge. Learn More>>