|Place||:||Noble House 27th Floor Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. E 4.2 No.2, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950 – Indonesia|
|Start||:||22 April 2019|
|End||:||26 April 2019|
|Time||:||08:30 - 17:00 WIB|
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The prolific and progressive demand for well-trained arbitrators shows no sign waning. Parties appoint neutrals or engage counsels who demonstrate an advanced knowledge of and a proven familiarity with the totality of the international arbitration process from commencement to conclusion. Cursory, narrow, or purely theorical exposure won’t suffice—take your expertise to the next level and amplify your professional goals.
Achieving Fellowship with BIAMC conveys your dedication to perfecting your craft at distinguished levels, and the Fellowship course is the first step. The course is intended for judges, lawyers, non-lawyer professionals or technical experts, government officials, judicial officers, officials of judicial and legal training units, arbitrators, legal academics, and court administrators with prior arbitration training.
Participants need not have taken the international arbitration certification at BIAMC, but they are expected to have a basic understanding of international arbitration law, whether from a comparable course or actual practical experience in arbitration, in order to participate constructively. Additionally, if you are a technical expert or non-lawyer who has previously attended an arbitration training and/or certification course but lack exposure to contract and torts law, please delineate upon registration; you will be sent the information on the additional
mandatory one-day training (no additional cost). We are committed to your success and your ability to productively thrive.
The course is strategically designed to address advanced topics in arbitration from the perspectives of arbitrators and counsel, including litigators and in-house counsel. Though an in-depth examination of arbitration agreements, proceedings, and awards as well as the tribunal itself, the course delivers a sophisticated understanding of the most challenging and recurrent issues in international commercial arbitration. Knowledge, hard and soft skills, and acumen are rigorously tested through both written and oral examinations.
Upon completion of this course, participants will :
Brief Tutor Profiles
Professor Ida Bagus Rahmadi Supancana
Professor I.B.R. Supancana has been a pioneering legal practitioner in arbitration and ADR cases for more than 3 decades. In addition to being a certified mediator, arbitrator, and lecturer for International Dispute Settlement, he works in close cooperation as a mentor, adviser, and trainer with universities and private/public sector advocate capacity building programs that span the globe--most notably in Singapore, US, China, and Netherlands. In his home of Indonesia, he is an active arbitrator representing disputing parties in BANI and a senior trainer with PERADi (Indonesian Advocate Association) and PMN (National Mediation Center). He also has served as an expert witness and consultant for multiple cases involving cases air and outer space law, cyber law, and international business law.
Professor Steve Ngo
Professor Steve Ngo is a practitioner of international arbitration and dispute resolution. He is Chairman of Arbitration & International Dispute Resolution Practice Group of ALA, a private network of law firms each of the ASEAN countries coming together to offer a seamless delivery of legal services across a diverse cultural, geographical, and legal backdrop. He has advised public and private entities not only on post-dispute matters but also in negotiation, mediation, and dispute management. Professor Ngo has extensive experience dealing with parties from all over the world and within a myriad of sectors, bringing strong cross-cultural proficiency to international dispute resolution processes and strategizing.
Mrs. Olga Boltenko
Olga is a disputes partner at Fangda Partners in Hong Kong. She specialises in investment arbitration, investment structuring, and investment protection. She acted as legal counsel in investor-state disputes under the auspices of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the World Bank, the ICC, and as tribunal secretary in dozens of commercial disputes. She is listed as arbitrator on the HKIAC list of arbitrators, and on the SIAC, KLRCA and CIETAC panels of arbitrators. She is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Hong Kong, and she chairs the ICC Hong Kong Commercial Law and Practice Committee.
Mr. Oommen Mathew
Oommen has acted as lead counsel in dispute work and in particular international arbitrations (both in Europe and Asia) for the last 20 years. He has been lauded for his incisive advocacy and client management skills. He has acted in a wide spectrum of disputes ranging from transport, media, energy (both oil and gas and renewables), infrastructure and corporate shareholding. He sits on the Strata Titles Board in Singapore, appointed by the Minister for National Development. He also teaches as an adjunct lecturer in the Sorbonne- Assas University LL.M. programme and has co-authored the leading book on arbitration practice in Singapore, Arbitration in Singapore, and another book on court rules.
Professor James Claxton
Has more than a decade of experience in international dispute resolution as advocate, academic, arbitrator, and mediator. He worked as legal counsel at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in Washington and as attorney in the international arbitration practices of global law firms in Paris. Since 2008, he has given lectures and intensive courses in international dispute resolution at law faculties in Asia, Europe, and the United States. He is presently full professor of law in the Graduate School of Law at Kobe University in Japan. A CIArb Fellow and CEDR-accredited mediator, he currently advises emergent dispute-resolution institutions in Asia and serves on various international-dispute-settlement working groups including as a sub-committee chair of the Investor-State Mediation Task Force of the International Mediation Institute.