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                                                       November 27th, 1998.

ISSN 1286-4528                                   Publisher Michael Chapman.

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 All contributions to this DIARY are welcome. It is both for the individual arbitrator and for those who plan meetings.
 Generally, listed meetings will be at least half-day and usually full day events. Evening meetings are likely to be only of local interest.
 The emphasis is European: However to help in scheduling, major world events are listed.

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


Dec. 2-3     Geneva Global Arbitration Forum.

Dec. 7-11    PIDA XXXIV. Study based on a mock arbitration under the
             1988 ICC Rules. Paris.

Dec. 18      ICC's Second Asian Arbitrators' Colloquium (Ethical Issues
             in Arbitration Practice). New Delhi. Invitation only (but
             subject to space applications for tickets welcome).

Jan. 15-17   ASA, DIS & LCIA, Practice Building Seminar, Badenweiler,
             Germany. Contact: Fr.Loechner, DIS, ontact: Fr.Loechner, DIS, fax 00+49-

Jan 22       ASA Conference "The Claims Resolution Process for Dormant
             Accounts in Switzerland", Zurich. mailto:WZEP@PGPZH.CH

Feb. 17-20   CIArb, Conference.  Cancun, Mexico.

Mar.  1-5    XIIIth Meeting. International Congress of Maritime
             Arbitrators.  Auckland.
             fax Convention Management Services on: +64-9.360.1980

March 19     Second Joint AAA/LCIA Conference ('Consent in Arbitration:
             Reality or Illusion?') London. Contact: LCIA.

March 23rd   LCIA Pan-African Council. 'Arbitration and Globalisation'.

May 8-10     International Conference on International Commercial
             Arbitration. Sydney, Australia.
                 Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia.

May 11-16    Hague Appeal for Peace. http;//

May 17       Conference of the [state] members of the Permanent
             Court of Arbitration, The Hague.

May 18-19    THIRD HAGUE (Governmental) CONFERENCE, celebrating the
             Centenary of the First Conference.

'summer'     Celebration of the 1899 First Hague Conference, to be
             held in St. Petersburg.

Sept.24-26   LCIA European Council Symposium. Barcelona/
Sept. 26 -   IBA Conference, Barcelona.
  Oct. 1

Nov. 17-18   CIArb, Millennium Conference. QEII Conference Centre, London.

Dec. 1-2     8th Geneva Global Arbitration Forum.

July 7-9     A.B.A. Annual Meeting, New York. (see also July 18-20).
July 14-16   ABA, Dispute Resolution Section, meeting, London.
             See ABA-DRS below for contact details.
July 18-20   A.B.A. Annual Meeting (continued, see also July 7-9), London.

             ICCA Conference, London.

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

contact details for frequently  cited organisations:
ABA     American Bar Association.  tel +1-312-988-5000. For www see
        Directory, below.     but NOTE the Section on Dispute Resolution's
        contact is based in Chicago:
ABA-SDR American Bar Association, Section on Dispute Resolution.
        telephone:  +1-20  telephone:  +1-202-662-1680


 The information in the Directory is being gradually transferred to
 As part of this transfer this list is being radically updated. Whilst additions/corrections are always welcome, they are particularly so now.
 The version in the newsletter is still the most complete.

bibliographic/information sources:

The Alternative Newsletter

T.M.C. Asser Instituut:

Serge Braudo
         La Conciliation, la Mediation et l'arbitrage:

European Arbitration:

Kluwer Law International 'Arbitration Site'

Prof.Dr. Marianne Roth (Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet, D-Kiel)
         International Commercial Arbitration


American Arbitration Association

American Bar Association  (ABA)  or

American Bar Association - Dispute Resolution Section

ASA (SWISS Arbitration Association)
         President's Secretary; Waltraud Zepf

Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration

Belgian Institute of Arbitration:

Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration

CEPANI (Belgium)

CIArb:   Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London)

CIArb East Anglia Branch:

CIETAC  (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission)

CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution

Cybertribunal (Centre de recherche en droit public, Montreal)

Danish Institute of Arbitration

Estonian Chamber of Commerce


HKIAC    Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

IBA: &nb>IBA:     International Bar Association

ICC:     International Chamber of Commerce (Paris)

ICC-Asia:  ICC Regional Office for Asia (Hong Kong)


President, Michael Hollering

Institute of Arbitrators of Australia:

The Institute for Transnational Arbitration

Institute of World Business Law, sld Business Law, see ICC (Paris).

JCAA  Japanese Commercial Arbitration Association

Lebanese Review of Arab and International Arbitration.


MALQR  Model Arbitration Law Quarterly Review

Milan Chamber of Arbitration

PIDA  (Programme de l'Institut de Dix Ans) of the ICC, Paris.

Qingdao International Arbitration Commission (Shandong Province)


Stockholm Chamber



Zurich Chamber of Commerce:


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