2020 Y-ADR Year-in-Review
Please join us for our online 2020 Y-ADR Annual Year-in-Review event generously hosted by Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.
CPR Y-ADR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution
Young Attorneys in Dispute Resolution), and NYIAC (New York
International Arbitration Center) offer a spirited discussion of
this year’s hot topics in dispute resolution.
Topics & Speakers
How Sustainable is Our New Virtual World? Human Rights, Environmental, and Cybersecurity Impacts: Rhianna Hoover and Robert Maddox, Debevoise & Plimpton
Global Arbitration Updates
USA: Anna Stockamore, Shearman & Sterling and Aaron Rofkahr, Chevron
UK: Ahmed Abdel-Hakam, Eversheds Sutherland and Charlotte Stetzel, DNV GL
Brazil: Lio Bocorny, MH Advogados and Paulo Ubiratan Mehret da Silva, WEG
2020 Highlights and Updates from CPR and NYIAC
2020 Annual Year-in-Review Trivia
12:30 – 2:00pm EST | 5:30 - 7:00pm GMT; Seminar (topics and speakers to follow)
2:00 – 2:30pm EST | 7:00 - 7:30pm GMT; 2020 Year-in-Review Trivia Quiz
Hosted by Debevoise & Plimpton
CLE: Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is accredited by the New York State CLE Board and the State Bar of California (#4332) as a provider of continuing legal education. The program is being held with the intention that its attorney attendees qualify for 1.5 CLE credit hours in the area of professional practice. This program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
About Y-ADR: CPR’s Young Attorneys in Dispute Resolution (Y-ADR) program educates the next generation of leaders on the full spectrum of dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms. Through periodic seminars and other initiatives, participants gain exposure to how corporate counsel, practitioners, and other experts in the field are using dispute prevention and resolution techniques to manage conflict and enable purpose and join CPR in driving a global culture for dispute prevention and resolution. This program is recommended for attorneys, law students and dispute resolution practitioners 45 years old and younger, or those with less than 8 years of professional experience in international or domestic ADR practice.