THIRD GLOBAL CONFERENCE
OF THE CO-CHAIRS' CIRCLE

Following the successful conferences in Berlin (2014) and Helsinki (2016), the Co-Chairs’ Circle calls young arbitration practitioners from around the world to jointly debate topical issues in international arbitration at the Third Global Conference of the Co-Chairs’ Circle in Rome on Friday 18 May 2018.
All information and material will be uploaded into this event page.


Program of the conference & Registration Form


Accommodation recommendation
Few hotel recommendations close to the venue of the social event are pinpointed in the interactive map.

Conference venues
The conference will be held at the Roma Tre University (Aula Magna - Via Ostiense 159)
More detailed logistical information will follow in relation to the social events.
The Saturday social program will take place at the city centre.


Frequently asked questions

1. What is the Co-Chairs’ Circle?
The Co-Chairs’ Circle (CCC) is an informal platform for cooperation and networking between different groups of young arbitration practitioners from around the world. For more information, see:
http://www.co-chairs-circle.com/

2. What is the CCC Global Conference?
The CCC Global Conference is an international arbitration conference organized as a joint effort by the different groups taking part in the Co-Chairs’ Circle.
The first global conference of the Co-Chairs’ Circle, co-hosted by DIS40 and the Humboldt University of Berlin, took place in Berlin, Germany in September 2014 and focused on cultural differences in international arbitration. The fully booked conference was attended by 150 young arbitration practitioners from 25 countries.
The second global conference of the Co-Chairs’ Circle was hosted by the Young Arbitration Club Finland (YACF) in May 2016. The conference took place in Helsinki, Finland, and focused on controversy in international arbitration. Over 160 young arbitration practitioners from 18 countries attended.

3. Who can participate in the CCC Global Conference?
The Global Conference is open to all lawyers and other professionals interested in arbitration and alternative dispute resolution aged 45 or below. You do not have to be a co-chair of a young arbitration group to participate.

4. Who is organizing the CCC Global Conference?
The third global conference will take place in Rome, Italy on 18 and 19 May 2018 and will be hosted by the Italian Forum for Arbitration and ADR (ArbIt). A total of 34 other young arbitration groups are taking part in the organization.

5. Where will the Global Conference be held?
The substantive part of the conference will take place at the Roma Tre University, with social events also taking place in the central area of Rome.

6. Where do I get more information?
All information regarding the conference will be uploaded here. Feel free to also contact us at ccc@arbitratoaia.org with any questions.