III Arbitration School
Ukrainian Arbitration Association and the UBA Students’ League invite Ukrainian and foreign students and young lawyers to participate in the III Arbitration School, which will be held in Kiev on 4-8 May 2015 at the offices of leading Ukrainian and international law firms.
Audience: 4th and 5th year Ukrainian and foreign students, students of the Master’s program, as well as postgraduates, teachers and young practitioners. The finalists of the Essay Contest on international arbitration 2014/2015 have priority right to participate in the School. The working language is English (including Mock Case). Number of participants is limited to 30.
The intensive five-day program will encompass general and specialized courses in arbitration. Training will be provided in the form of lectures, interactive workshops, mock case and visit to the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. School’s lecturers and speakers will include foreign and Ukrainian experts in the field of international arbitration.
The following speakers have confirmed their participation at the School:
- James Clifford, Maitland Chambers, London, UK
- Artem Doudko, White&Case LLP, London, UK
- Ivan Kasynyuk, AGA Partners, Kiev, Ukraine
- Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners, Kiev, Ukraine
- Rafal Morek, K&L Gates, Warsaw, Poland
- Andrey Panov, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Olena Perepelynska, UAA, Sayenko Kharenko, Kiev, Ukraine
- Yaroslav Petrov, UAA, Asters, Kiev, Ukraine
- Ihor Siusel, Baker&McKenzie, Kiev, Ukraine
- Dr Tatyana Slipachuk, UAA, Sayenko Kharenko, Kiev, Ukraine
- Olga Troshchenovych, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
- Dr Maciej Zachariasiewicz, Kozminski University, Poland
Mock Case Coaches:
- Volodymyr Yaremko, Arzinger, Kiev, Ukraine
- Mykyta Nota, Avellum Partners, Kiev, Ukraine
Fee: UAH 250 for members/candidates of members of UAA; UAH 350 for members of UBA Students’ League and UAH 450 for non-members of UAA and UBA Students’ League.
UAA President Tatyana Slipachuk notes: "Organization of Arbitration school became a good tradition for the Ukrainian Arbitration Association and the UBA Students’ League. The school is a good opportunity for young lawyers to receive basic knowledge in international arbitration given by the leading Ukrainian and foreign arbitration practitioners.
Ukrainian Arbitration Association is proud of the fact that we are paying more and more attention to the educational activities for students."
Chairman of the League of Students UBA Anna Kolivoshko says: “”
Coordinators of the school Olena Perepelynska and Yaroslav Petrov (UAA Board Member and General Secretary accordingly) noted: "We are very pleased to announce the third Arbitration school. It was nice to hear a lot of positive feedback from participants of previous schools. While drawing up the school program, we tried to take the best from the past year, to take into account the participants wishes and to make lectures more interactive and interesting. By the example of last year, the school program will include both theoretical and practical part."