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International Arbitration Panel Debate: ICSID arbitration in the age of populism; the case for reform

Quadrant Chambers


When: Tuesday, 12th November 2019

Where: Library, Quadrant House, 10 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1AU

Time: 17:45pm

At the next Quadrant Chambers International Panel Debate, our panel will debate the topic"ICSID arbitration in the age of populism; the case for reform".
We are delighted to have joining our panel: Emma Johnson, partner at Ashurst, Timothy Foden, partner at LALIVE and Guy Blackwood QC from Quadrant. 
They will consider the following points before opening up the debate to the floor: 

  • The criticisms levied against the ISDS system, are they right and why it matters - Emma Johnson, Ashurst
  • The rule changes and their implications - Guy Blackwood QC, Quadrant Chambers
  • Why the populists have got it wrong - Timothy Foden, LALIVE

We do hope you will join us for what promises to be an excellent event. Please register using the button below:


12 November 2019
London, UK