Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
12 Bloomsbury Square,
London, WC1A 2LP, UK
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) has invited ten women in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) from across the globe, who have succeeded in breaking the bias in their own community and workplace, to speak at this complimentary virtual event on March 8, 2022.
Register now to hear these remarkable women share their powerful and personal stories and thoughts on how to break the bias and what they think the role of women in ADR is and should be.
We will premiere the Breaking the Bias video featuring these successful women speaking about their personal experiences and voicing how we can all be allies to women around the world. The video will feature:
- Catherine Dixon LLB Hons, MBA, Solicitor, UK
- Jane Gunn, FCIArb, UK
- Catherine Green, FCIArb, New Zealand
- Asmahaney Saad, MIBA, LLB MUK, Dip LP, Uganda
- Luíza Kömel, FCIArb, Brazil
- Yoshimi Ohara, Japan
- Magistrate Judge Louise A.LaMothe, FCIArb, USA
- Kshama Loya, LL.B., LL.M, India
- Aysha Abdulla Mutaywea, LLM, Bahrain
- Justice Rubie Nottage, FCIArb, The Bahamas
- Mercedes Tarrazon, Spain
The video will be followed by a panel discussion, moderated by Catherine Dixon, CIArb’s Director General, and featuring our very own Ranse Howell, JAMS Director of International Operations, including Juan Carlos, MCIArb and Sapna Jhangiani, QC FCIArb of Singapore.
CIArb is hosting an in-person event on March 8th at 6pm at CIArb headquarters. This event is invite-only, however, there may be some last-minute complimentary tickets available. If you would like to be contacted in the event that there is space, please fill out this form as an expression of interest and we will contact you. Please note this may be a last-minute invitation. Our panel speakers include:
- Catherine Dixon LLB Hons, MBA, Solicitor
- Jane Gunn, FCIArb
- Natalia Otlinger, MCIArb
- Kim Franklin, QC