GCILS Director, Professor Christian Tams will speak at the 25th ICCA Congress in Edinburgh, 18-21 September 2022, a global forum for international arbitration lawyers. He will present reflections on ‘Who‘s afraid of State Responsibility?’, which are part of a panel interrogating links between the law of State responsibility and international investment law. 

Professor Tams was also one of the members of the Programme Committee.

All members of the international arbitration community are invited to join the 2022 ICCA Congress in Edinburgh. Entitled ‘Arbitration’s Age of Enlightenment?’, the Congress will be a time to take stock of achievements and explore ideas to adapt to a fast-changing environment, and shape the future of international arbitration, together.

The Programme can be found here.

“ICCA has official status as an NGO accredited by the United Nations. In that capacity, ICCA has participated actively in the preparation of the Arbitration Rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules and the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration.

The ICCA NGO consists of Governing Board Members and Members. Governing Board Members are recognised specialists in the field of dispute resolution. At present, there are 40 Governing Board Members and 38 Advisory Members coming from 35 different countries. ICCA is a membership-based organization with over 1000 members drawn from the ranks of dispute resolution specialists. All ICCA Members are entitled to membership benefits including listing in hard copy and electronic Membership Directories, discounts to ICCA publications and Congresses, and participation in ICCA project committees.”

More details are available at https://icca2020.scot/