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Arbitration Future Leaders 2018: Women in Law Roundtable Discussion

As the under-representation of women within the arbitration community remains a polemic issue in the field, Who’s Who Legal brings together Andrea Meier at Wartmann & Merker, Ania Farren at Berwin Leighton Paisner, Chiann Bao at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Carine Dupeyron at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier to discuss the steps the community needs to take to overcome this lack of diversity, the development of the role of women in the profession and future challenges that will be faced by the next generation of female arbitration practitioners. 

Future Leaders - Arbitration Roundtable


Future leaders Anna-Maria Tamminen of Hannes Snellman, Lars Markert of Gleiss Lutz and Roland Ziadé of Linklaters discuss a landmark ICC initiative, the growth of SIAC and HKIAC as preferred arbitral seats, third-party funding and the changing legislation of less established arbitration forums.

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Analysis: Arbitration

Arbitration 2019: Analysis

This year, GAR and WWL's research shines a spotlight on 797 leading arbitration lawyers who come highly recommended for their expertise in resolving complex international disputes. Through nominations from peers and clients, the arbitrators, tribunal members, chairs and counsel highlighted below have been identified as the leading names in the field. Our research covers experts in commercial and investor state disputes, and many practitioners possess expertise in both fields.

Arbitration 2019: Expert Witnesses Analysis

In this chapter we identify the leading 236 arbitration expert witnesses from 22 jurisdictions. They are selected for their excellence across a wide range of matters, including valuations, quantum analyses, financial consulting, and giving testimony on commercial and contractual disputes.  

Arbitration 2019: Future Leaders Analysis

For the third consecutive year, WWL and Global Arbitration Review have conducted research into the Future Leaders of the international arbitration world. In this edition we feature 320 partners and 264 non-partners who stand out as among the best of their generation for their exceptional counsel and arbitration work in complex international proceedings.

We recognise individuals from a range of jurisdictions and firms around the world, from large international powerhouses to specialised boutique practices, and identify the most highly regarded arbitration lawyers from Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific.

Arbitration 2019: Future Leaders – Expert Witnesses Analysis

For the first time we identify 30 individuals as the future leaders of the arbitration expert witnesses market. We highlight those individuals, who are 45 and under, and stand out as the top of their generation when it comes to providing testimony in international arbitration proceedings.  

Arbitration - Future Leaders 2018: Analysis

For the second year we shine the spotlight on the pre-eminent lawyers aged 45 or under at the end of 2018, who the market considers to be the future leaders of the arbitration profession. The research covers law firms and independent practices, and a total of 522 individuals with exemplary standing as arbitrators and counsel are highlighted here.  

Arbitration 2018: Analysis

In this edition, we feature 767 of the world’s leading arbitration practitioners from over 400 firms across 88 jurisdictions, providing a comprehensive overview of the international arbitration market. Our analysis spans the whole gamut of legal offerings around the world, from large international outfits to arbitration boutiques and independent practitioners, identifying the most prominent and esteemed individuals currently practising in the space. 

Arbitration 2018: Expert Witnesses Analysis

In this edition we highlight 219 practitioners across 63 jurisdictions who are recognised internationally for the quality of their testimony in arbitration proceedings.

Future Leaders - Arbitration 2017: Analysis

In this section we pick out the firms with the highest number of nominees selected for inclusion and the nominees who received the largest number of recommendations.

Our listing criteria require nominees to be aged 45 or under at the end of 2016. We list outstanding arbitrators and counsel both independent and from law firms, and at partner and non-partner level.

Furthermore we include academics and in select cases nominees from arbitral institutions, provided they continue to accept independent arbitration work; sadly this leaves many first class experts in government and elsewhere unrecognised in this edition, but WWL is primarily a guide to retaining - or referring to - legal counsel and arbitrators.

Arbitration 2017: Analysis

Arbitration continues to go from strength to strength, with an ever-greater number of parties turning to international tribunals to resolve their disputes. In this edition we select the leading 845 arbitrators and counsel from nearly 500 firms, as identified by their clients, opponents and peers.

In this section we pick out the firms with the largest number of featured lawyers in order, as well as the individuals who scored most highly in our voting around the world.

Arbitration 2017: Expert Witnesses Analysis

The number of nominees in this section continues to grow, driven by the recognition from arbitrators, counsel and parties of the integral role expert witnesses play in arbitration proceedings. This section is a reflection of the depth of expertise in consulting firms around the world. We list 212 practitioners from 17 countries for the quality of their work in arbitrations.

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