PAULO FOHLIN SPEAKS AT CHINA ARBITRATION WEEK 2017
Participants will learn about the ground-breaking Arbitration regulation from the perspectives of Brazil, Chile and Mexico. The seminars will also introduce the leading Arbitration Courts of these countries and their arbitration practice.
China Arbitration Week is an annual event initiated by the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Renmin University, All China Lawyers Association and Beijing Lawyers Association.
It aims to promote the arbitration system, the internationalization and modernization of arbitration, facilitate education of arbitration laws and cultivate the world’s top arbitration talents.
China Arbitration Week invites a wide range of foreign and domestic colleges, universities, law firms, companies and institutions to provide attendees the opportunity to discuss with arbitrators, lawyers, legal counsels and academics. It is a research and communication platform for the legal community.
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