The ASA Arbitration Practice Seminar is based on a format that was originally developed by ASA in
1997 and that has since been followed in annual seminars hosted by ASA in cooperation with other
arbitration associations and institutions in Europe and Asia.
Organised with DIS
ASA Arbitration Practice Seminar
Date: 24 - 26 June 2022
Location: Schlosshotel Kronberg, Hainstraße 25, 61476 Kronberg im Taunus, Germany, www.schlosshotel-kronberg.com
In a series of sessions that take place over the course of two days and that follow the key phases
of an arbitration proceeding, two discussion leaders – one with a civil and one with a common law
background – raise and engage with participants on key legal and practical issues that might arise in
the life of an arbitration. The discussion leaders are highly experienced practitioners, who draw on
examples from actual past cases to illustrate these issues and different ways in which they might be
addressed. What results is a lively debate among discussion leaders and participants that is designed
to highlight the diversity of experiences and approaches in international arbitration, foster the
exchange on and development of novel ideas and practices, and encourage cross-cultural sensitivity.
You can find more information on the event in the flyer.
The language of the seminar is English.