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                                                   November 11th, 1996.


        All contributions to this DIARY are welcome. It is intended both for
individual arbitrator in Europe and for those who plan or schedule meetings.
        Generally, listed meetings will be of at least half-a-day's and more
likely a full day's duration. Evening meetings, etc., are only likely to be
of local interest.
        The emphasis is European: However as the Diary is intended to help
in scheduling meetings, it includes major world events.

                PLEASE see important note below,
                 before using any of this info.


Nov. 15  &nb>Nov. 15      ICC/AAA/ICSID Thirteenth Joint Colloquium, New York.
             'The Role of Party Autonomy in International Arbitration.'

Nov. 15-16   WIPO Workshop for Arbitrators, Geneva. Instructors: Serge
             Lazareff, Arthur Marriott. Jan Paulsson, David Plant, Albert
             Van de Berg, and David Wagoner.
Nov. ?18     Seventh Annual Goff Lecture. Lord Mustill. Contact HKIAC below
Nov. 19-20   Hong Kong (HKIAC, CIArbHK and City Univ.) two day conference.
             First day: Intellectual Property Disputes.
             Second day: Construction Disputes.  Fax: HKIAC 00852-2524-2171.

Nov. 22-24   CIArb. S.F.C. and an Entry Course.  Edinburgh region.

Nov. 27-29   International Telecommunications Contracts and Dispute
             Resolution. Chairmen: John Watkinson and Richard Hill. and Richard Hill.

             IBC, London.  0044-171-637-4383.


'March'      Arbitration in London Following the 1996 Arbitration Act.
             two-day conference. London.  SGICC.

Mar. 6-7     ICC/ICSID/LCIA and Assoc.of Arb's(Southern Africa)
             Resolution of Int'l Trade and Investment Disputes in Africa.

:'Spring'     Mediation Training Course. (likely duration 4 days)
             European Network for Dispute Resolution.
             locations: France.   Contact Burt Campbell.
             0033-4-    fax: -

April 10     Session on commercial disputes as part of ICC world conas part of ICC world congress

May 16-18    European Branch of the CIArb. Biannual Meeting.
             Strasbourg, France.  Details to be finalised,
             and contact details to be notified.

July 13-18   International Commercial Arbitration.  Part 1.
             five-day residential seminar. Reading, England.  SGICC.

July 20-25   International Commercial Arbitration. Part 2.  SGICC.

Sept.26-28   CIArb, Annual Conference.  Cambridge.


:June 3-6     CIArb, Annual Conference.  Birmingham.


'February'   CIArb, Conference.  Cancun, Mexico.

Please CONFIRM all details directly with organisers, the above material is
drawn from various sources and should not be relied on by itself(!).

NO !).

NO apologies are made for meetings omitted. If this Diary is to be
efficacious it needs your contributions, please. (In the same format as
above to:

contact details for frequently  cited organisations:
CIArb  Chartered Inst. Arbitrators, London.
       BUT NOTE CIArb Branch meetings: make direct contact with
       --------                        local organiser, as above.
IIBLP  Institute of International Business Law and Practice,
:        address to Louise Barrington via
LCIA   (London)  t: 00441-714-178.228, f: 00441-714-178.404
SGICC  Study Group for Int'l Commercial Contracts.
       (London)  t: 00441-817-857-050  f: 00441-817-857-649
WIPO   (Geneva)  t: 0041-22-730.9111,  f: 0041-22-733.5428

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