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Bryan Cave LLP is hosting a panel discussion in its London office on “how women thrive in international arbitration.” The event is being held in conjunction with ArbitralWomen, the international network of women in dispute resolution.
The Feb. 9 panel will include five well-known international arbitrators who will share their experience pursuing and fulfilling their career aspirations, as women. They will discuss the main challenges faced by women arbitration practitioners; means of overcoming these challenges; and what it takes to succeed in international arbitration.
London Partner Irina Tymczyszyn will moderate the panel, which will include:
Irina Tymczyszyn chairs the firm’s CIS Team, which provides services to former Soviet Union clients, particularly those in Ukraine and Russia, as well as to the US and Western clients investing in Eastern Europe or doing business in the region. She is a regular speaker on English contract law and international arbitration issues at specialist law seminars in the former Soviet Union, lecturing in Ukrainian and Russian. She has acted as counsel in numerous international arbitrations both ad hoc and under the institutional rules such as LCIA, ICC, Swiss Chamber of Commerce and others. She has also been appointed as arbitrator in a number of international arbitration cases.
Bryan Cave’s International Arbitration Team provides advice and representation in connection with international arbitrations and related dispute resolution procedures. Team members serve as counsel and arbitrator in international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations across the globe. They also advise parties in transactions with respect to the choice of dispute resolution procedures in their contracts.
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