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Last Chance for 2-Day International ADR “Boot Camp”

This post is prompted by mixed motives of alerting practitioners to a great CLE opportunity, and what NPR’s Car Talk used to call its “Shameless Commerce Dept.”

A few slots remain in a two-day International ADR “Boot Camp” being offered by the AAA’s International Centre for Dispute Resolution and New York Law School June 14-16.  It’s a unique opportunity to meet global leadership, brush up on cross-border contract enforcement, earn 17.5 CLE credits, and enjoy a dinner cruise on the Thames.  I hope you will take advantage of it and/or encourage others.

ICDR and New York Law School Present…

A Two-Day Course in London:

International Dispute Resolution:

The London Boot Camp

How to Stay Ahead of Your Clients’ Globalized Business


Participants will learn:

  • How to draft enforceable cross-border contracts;
  • The fundamentals of international commercial mediation and arbitration;
  • How to enforce international arbitral awards in other jurisdictions

…while earning 17.5 CLE credits (including 1.0 Ethics credits).

DATES:          Wednesday June 14 – Friday June 16, 2017

LOCATION:  Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Russell Square, London, England

TIME:             5:30 – 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, welcoming cocktail reception to follow

9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Thursday

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday, Gala Dinner Cruise to follow

CLE:                17.5 credits (16.5 credits in Professional Practice; 1 credit in Ethics)

COST:             $950.00


  • Kenneth D. Beale, Boies Schiller Flexner
  • John Maurice Bishop, Pinset Masons LLP
  • Andrew Burr, Past President, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – European Branch
  • Ekaterina Finkel, Baker & McKenzie
  • Philip Howell-Richardson, Independent Mediators (UK)
  • John Lowe, Past President, Association of Corporate Counsel – Europe
  • Paul Moss, Past Head of Claims, QBE European Operations
  • Christopher Newmark, Spenser Underhill Newmark
  • Peter Phillips, Director, ADR Skills Program, New York Law School
  • Edward Poulton, Baker & McKenzie
  • Andy Rogers, CEDR

PREMIER GALA DINNER CRUISE (included at no additional cost):

7:45 pm Friday 16 June.  Luxurious Four-Course Dining on the Harmony – Departing from Embankment Pier for a 2-3/4 hour Cruise — See London from the Thames!


  • Law and Practice of International Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Mediation Practices and Regulations in the UK, Europe and Asia
  • International Arbitration Practice Under ICDR, LCIA, ICC and CIETAC Rules
  • Cross-Border Dispute Management from the Corporate Client’s Perspective
  • Ethics for Negotiators
  • Enforcing Arbitration Awards Under the New York Convention
  • Insurance ADR: A Global Perspective
  • Introduction to the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Highlights from the Global Pound Conference


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