– Using mediation in international commercial arbitration

Bronwyn Lincoln with panellists, Graeme Robinson & Professor Luke Nottage
2.15 in Kirraala

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Bronwyn Lincoln, partner of Herbert Smith Freehills, will lead a panel discussion to discuss the developing role of mediation in the resolution of international disputes. For some time now, the international business community has recognised the merit of international arbitration as the principal dispute resolution process. Arbitration offers many benefits, including privacy and flexibility, but its greatest selling point is the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.  However, it is rare for a tribunal to suggest to the parties engaged in international arbitration that it explore a commercial settlement through mediation in parallel with the determinative process. Bronwyn will explore with panel members including Andrew Moffatt, independent mediator and principal of Construct Accord, and Helen Tung, member of the Australian and English Bars, whether there is scope for Australia’s mediators to contribute to reform in this area.

Get to know Bronwyn
browyn lincolnBronwyn is a partner in the disputes group of Herbert Smith Freehills based in the Melbourne office. She has over 20 years’ experience in dispute resolution, in particular, in international commercial arbitration (including as arbitrator). I also have extensive experience in mediation. Amongst other roles, Bronwyn is a director of the Australian International Disputes Centre, a director of the Melbourne Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Centre and a member of the Law Council International Law Section ADR Committee.

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