IBA Arb40 Workshop at the SCC

IBA Arb40 Workshop at the SCC

On 3 June 2019, IBA Arb40 Sub-committee will organise, in cooperation with the SCC, the IBA Arb40 Toolkit for Award Writing Training Programme in Stockholm, Sweden.

The IBA Arb40 Toolkit offer practical guidance and tips for getting started, and writing, a reasoned and enforceable award. During the training, participants will receive hands-on training from both international and Swedish instructors. Participants will be divided into smaller groups and review a hypothetical award and the underlying papers, such as summary witness statements, a hearing summary or outlines of procedural events. The aim is to present a view on the discovered flaws in the award, and redrafting or outlining corrected award sections.

The training programme is a half-day event starting with lunch, then training, followed by a cocktail and light meal hosted by the SCC. The refreshment break and evening cocktail reception will be sponsored by Baker McKenzie.


See invitation here

SCC Vice Chairperson Jakob Ragnwaldh spoke at the “China International Arbitration Summit”

SCC Vice Chairperson Jakob Ragnwaldh spoke at the “China International Arbitration Summit”

On 12 May 2019, Jakob Ragnwaldh, the SCC Vice Chairperson and partner with Mannheimer Swartling, Hong Kong, spoke at the conference “China International Arbitration Summit”, held in Shanghai, China.

The conference was organized by Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, the SCC, ICC and China Academy of Arbitration Law. The conference was attended by leading scholars and practitioners in the field of international arbitration.

Mr. Ragnwaldh was one of the speakers in the panel discussing “Operational Mechanisms of Arbitration Institutions”, where he made an in-depth presentation about the SCC as an arbitration institution and the role of the SCC Board and the SCC Secretariat in administering arbitration cases. He also gave the closing remarks of the conference, where he recalled the long and close friendship between the SCC and China, and summarised the key points of the recently revised Swedish Arbitration Act.


Pictures provided by China International Arbitration Summit 

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