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Diversity and Inclusion in International Dispute Resolution - One Day Interactive Workshop

Monday, June 11, 2018
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, 1301 Avenue of the Americas, 30th Floor, New York, NY 10019-6022


Join CPR and The Alliance for Equality in Dispute Resolution for this bespoke training program, which will address issues of diversity and inclusion in a dynamic, interactive and practical workshop.  With case studies, role play and small group work, this training program is specifically designed to address the issues faced by the dispute resolution community, which have been recently highlighted by initiatives such as the Pledge for Equal Representation in Arbitration. The workshop is designed for a mixed group of practitioners and managers and caters for all levels of experience. 

Lucy Greenwood CArb | Faculty Member & Independent Arbitrator Based in the UK

Trinidad Alonso | Faculty Member & Associate at Luther


  • Plenary session – overview of diversity and inclusion issues, unconscious bias and its impact on the practice of international dispute resolution
  • Large group work focusing on categorization and stereotyping
  • Small group work focusing on the ways in which unconscious bias affects the composition of an international dispute resolution practice
  • Small group work on managing meetings to foster inclusion
  • Plenary session on cognitive blind spots
  • Plenary session on diversity and inclusion practical takeaways


RSVP by contacting Chris Silva at,
and finalizing a $495 payment, or $395 for CPR members and Alliance members.


This course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys and will offer 6.0 NY CLE Credits (2.5 Diversity and 3.5 skills).

The CPR Institute has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York [Reaccreditation Pending]. CPR is a nonprofit organization. Under financial hardship guidelines, at its discretion, CPR may waive the fee for attorneys who demonstrate that they are not currently employed (not retirees). CPR may also provide a special discounted price to attorneys, full-time judges and administrative law judges practicing in the nonprofit and public sectors full time. E-mail for more information.