Vasil Kisil & Partners Hosts “Introduction to International Arbitration” Training Course


One-day course “Introduction to International Arbitration” will be held in Kyiv on November 04, 2017. The training course is organized by The European Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in cooperation with Vasil Kisil & Partners.

Who should attend?
From the course will benefit those professionals with some or no international arbitration experience and who wish
• to learn more about international commercial arbitration and its benefits in resolving disputes
• to enhance their professional skills, and
• to obtain professional qualifications that are internationally recognized.

Course Programme:
08:45 Registration
09:00 Introduction: Philosophy and methods for resolving commercial disputes.
09:30 International Commercial Arbitration: The essential features
10:15 Workshop 1: Choosing the appropriate method
10:45 Coffee and refreshments
11:00 International Commercial Arbitration standards
11:30 Where it all starts: The Arbitration Agreement
12:00 Workshop 2: Drafting an Arbitration Agreement
13:00 Lunch
14:00 The bits in the middle: The Arbitration Procedure
15:00 Coffee and refreshments
15:30 Where it should end: The Arbitration Award
16:30 Workshop 3: Examples of procedural problems
17:00 End of course and closing remarks

The course tutor: Mr. George Lambrou, FCIArb, Partner, Thomas Cooper LLP

The course will be held in the English language

Vasil Kisil & Partners
17/52A Bohdan Khmelnytsky St.Kyiv Ukraine

The Course Fee is EUR 145 and includes lunch, refreshments, and the CIArb’s Course Workbook. To register, please fill in the registration form and email it to [email protected]

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) is one of the world’s leading centers of excellence for the development of arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution at all levels.

The European Branch represents the interests of its members all across continental Europe, from Lisbon to Latvia, from Brussels to Budapest, and beyond. The European Branch is therefore unique in that it offers a cross-border pan-European footprint in the dispute resolution business.