June 2021 –Global Arbitration Review has included the ICCA research project, “Does a Right to A Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration?” on the shortlist for the “Best Development” of 2021 award. The ICCA report, co-edited by James Hosking, Yasmine Lahlou and Giacomo Rojas Elgueta, with support from Marcel Engholm Cardoso and Benedetta Mauro, surveys nearly 80 New York Convention jurisdictions, in which country reporters have provided reliable, jurisdiction-specific, information on the core legal questions posed by the increased use of remote hearings in international arbitration.
The project is 1 of 12 included in GAR’s “Best Development” shortlist. The winner, picked by GAR readers, will be announced, along with several other categories, at the virtual GAR Awards 2021 ceremony on July 1.
Registration for the GAR Awards 2021 is available here. Proceeds of the ceremony will go towards supporting GAR’s in-house charity, the Swawou School for Girls in Sierra Leone.
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