London International Disputes Week 2024

03. Jun 2024

Organizer: LIDW

LIDW has, for 4 years, been a forward-thinking forum for discussions on the future of international Dispute Resolution. This year’s event will be a hybrid event for legal practitioners from across the world, and will no doubt provide crucial insights into the business and law of international dispute resolution and arbitration.

Under the theme, ‘Uniting for Global Challenge and Opportunity’, this year’s series of keynote lectures, panel discussions, and networking events is poised to be the most expansive yet. The week showcases London’s position as a leading centre for international dispute resolution.
This year the LIDW is proud to announce that the Rt Hon. the Baroness Carr of Walton-on-the-Hill, Lady Chief Justice of England and Wales, will deliver her keynote speech at the Core Conference. Look out for further speaker announcements in due course.

London International Disputes Week 2024 (LIDW)

Date: 3 - 7 June 2024
Venue: London

The DIS is delighted to be a supporter of London International Disputes Week, in the lead up to LIDW24 taking place from 3rd – 7th June. For 2024, their main conference will examine how the disputes community is ‘Uniting for Global Challenge and Opportunity’. LIDW24 will provide crucial insights on the business and law of international Dispute Resolution. Taking place on Tuesday 4th June at the QEII Centre, as part of a week of events, LIDW24 will have a refreshed vision and will examine London through the lens of international dispute resolution.

For more informationen and registration please refer to the event website.

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