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    • 12 Dec 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • PARIS, France

    Conference on Construction Arbitration in Africa

    by AfricArb and Young Professionals of Construction in Paris

    Register here
    • 18 Jan 2019
    • LAGOS, Nigeria

    Conflicts in construction projects cause delays, escalate costs and frustrate project outcomes. New methods such as dispute avoidance are being developed to reduce the potential for conflicts and their impact on project schedules. It has become important for project consultants, contractors, project managers and dispute practitioners to become skilled in these new methods.

    This first Regional Training Workshop on Dispute Management in Africa Infrastructure Projects will be delivered by a faculty of experts in the fields of construction, project management, dispute management and dispute resolution. The experts draw on several years of experience working and advising on contract administration, project management, claims management and dispute resolution across different sectors, including oil and gas installations, road, rail, ports and power projects. Participants will benefit from cutting edge insights on:

    • new methods and processes for avoiding disputes, managing claims and resolving disputes
    • dispute avoidance and adjudication under the 2017 edition of the FIDIC contracts.

    This training workshop is designed for contract administrators, project managers and legal advisers in:

    • Oil and Gas Exploration & Production companies which engage Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors in E&P projects;
    • EPC, BOT and other PPP Concession companies
    • Government agencies having ownership or oversight of infrastructure projects
    • Development Banks

    The training is also useful for professionals involved in construction and infrastructure projects, including consulting engineers, architects, quantity surveyors, arbitrators, adjudicators, mediators and construction law firms. 

    The workshop is a collaborative effort of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre (LACIAC) and the Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN), as well as the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and the Nigerian firms, Aluko & Oyebode, Funmi Roberts & Co and Babalakin & Co.    

    We look forward to welcoming your delegates to the workshop. We urge that you register your delegates promptly as there are limited spaces available for the training.

    Click here to register. 


    • 4 Feb 2019
    • 8 Feb 2019
    • LAGOS, Nigeria

    The programmes are:

    • Arbitration Beginners Class
    • Arbitration Master Class

    The training faculty are from top arbitration  firms in Nigeria, United Kingdom, Paris and United Arab Emirates. We also have a professor from the University of London on the faculty. Participants who take the Beginners Class return the next year to take the Masters Class.

    Additional information for registration and inquiries can be found here


    • 12 Feb 2019
    • 14 Feb 2019
    • KHARTOUM, Sudan

    For more information, click here

    • 7 Mar 2019
    • 8 Mar 2019
    • LONDON, UK

    The conference is ideal for:

    • Academics
    • Arbitrators
    • Business professionals
    • Corporate counsel
    • Legal directors
    • Legal practitioners
    • Magistrates
    • Mediators

    Registering for both days of the conference costs £1100 (exc. VAT), with a one day ticket available for £650 + VAT. However an early-bird price is currently available, bringing the cost down to £950 and £585 respectively.

    For more information, please click here


    • 3 Apr 2019
    • 4 Apr 2019
    • RWANDA, Kigali

    General Assembly Meeting, Official Launch of the AfAA in Kigali and AfAA First Annual International Arbitration Conference

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Past events

9 Dec 2018 Sharm El Sheikh VII: World’s Sole international biennial conference on The Role of State Courts in International Arbitration
29 Nov 2018 Casablanca Arbitration Days 2018
21 Nov 2018 Second International Arbitration Conference in Libya
19 Nov 2018 Seminar on Reviewing Reforms to the International Investment Regime and to the Investor-State Dispute Settlement Mechanism
15 Nov 2018 IBA Dispute Resolution in Africa
14 Nov 2018 Arbitration in Africa
7 Nov 2018 The Role of the Youth in ADR: A Shifting Landscape?
7 Nov 2018 2018 CIArb Kenya Annual Conference: ADR Trends In a Dynamic Legal Environment
5 Nov 2018 Hot Topics in Investment Arbitration
26 Oct 2018 Africa and the International Law of the Sea
25 Oct 2018 Investment Arbitration in Africa: Developments & Challenges
25 Oct 2018 2018 CIArb Nigeria Annual Conference & Gala Night
22 Oct 2018 Maîtriser le nouveau cadre de l'arbitrage & médiation OHADA
12 Oct 2018 Le Contentieux Des Espaces Maritimes Africains : Enjeux, Defis et Strategies
3 Oct 2018 Séminaire sur l'Arbitrage CCJA et OHADA
2 Oct 2018 Commercial Mediation Training
28 Sep 2018 Carving a Niche in the Global Arbitration Practice: Skills and Strategies for Success.
27 Sep 2018 La CCJA - Cassation et arbitrage dans l'espace OHADA
20 Sep 2018 Regards croisés sur la pratique de la médiation & de l'arbitrage
19 Sep 2018 Etat des lieux de l'arbitrage en Afrique
19 Sep 2018 The limits of party autonomy in institutional arbitration
17 Sep 2018 London Annual Training on Investment Treaty Law and Arbitration
11 Sep 2018 ICC YAF: Preparing for a Career in International Arbitration
30 Aug 2018 6th East Africa Arbitration Conference
24 Jul 2018 An Interactive Workshop on Emerging Issues in Africa's Evolving Arbitration Scene
29 Jun 2018 Arbitration in Africa

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