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  • 8 Jul 2019
  • 19 Jul 2019
  • LAGOS, Nigeria

The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)

Georgetown University Law Center (Georgetown Law)


The International Law Institute – African Centre for Legal Excellence (ILI-ACLE)

are delighted to bring to Lagos a high-level, intensive, practical and engaging 10-day program on Investment Arbitration especially designed for legal professionals in the public and private sector around Africa. With the current levels of investment on the continent, arbitration is an increasingly important area of knowledge and specialization that calls for more participation from African counsel and arbitrators.

Run by highly respected and experienced institutions globally, the program is scheduled to run from July 8 -19, 2019 and will give participants the opportunity to:

 Learn first-hand from, and engage with ICSID counsel and seasoned arbitration


 Gain insight into jurisdiction and substantive protections in investment arbitration

 Review the practice and procedures in investment arbitration

 Discuss recent trends involving African states and their impact

 Discuss remedies and costs, as well as recognition and enforcement

 Examine case studies for enhanced learning on practice, global trends and best practices

 Sharpen their skills and knowledge through participating in a mock arbitration

 Earn certification jointly awarded by ICSID, Georgetown Law and ILI-ACLE

Learning Outcome: By the end of this premium program, participants will have enhanced knowledge and skills in navigating the practice and procedures in investment arbitration, particularly the special procedures in ICSID arbitration.

FEE: US $1,500 per participant


Email: for application details

Phone: +256 754500504 (WhatsApp no)/+256 753979825

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