Addressing practical aspects of international arbitration with students from across the globe
On Friday, 31 March 2017, around 80 students from ten different universities across the globe gathered at SCC’s premises in Stockholm to participate in a seminar as part of the Stockholm Pre-Moot.
The seminar aimed to give practical insights of international arbitration to the students who will be competing in Stockholm Pre-Moot in the following days. The Pre-Moot was organized in connection with the 24th Vis Moot in Vienna.
Among the speakers were Sweden-based international arbitration experts and Petra Butler, professor at Victoria University of Wellington.
SCC Case Administrator Evelina Wahlström started off her speech by outlining the roles of the SCC in the administration of an arbitration case. She went on to emphasize the importance of having more women in this field.
“I am very happy to see so many women in this room today. The SCC is working hard to get more women arbitrators appointed and to increase the visibility of women in international arbitration,” she said.