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Islamic Influences on International Arbitration (ADVERTISEMENT)

Thu Oct 20 2011

Members�are invited to attend the 10th annual Clayton Utz International Arbitration lecture, to be held in the Ceremonial Court of the Federal Court, Queens Square on Tuesday, 8 November 2011. The title of the lecture will be "Islamic Influences on International Arbitration" and will be presented by Essam Al Tamimi, a renowned international arbitrator. Essam Al Tamimi will focus on: the�scope for Sharia in international arbitration;�the extent�to which�Sharia is applicable to international arbitration, either directly or through modern laws; and whether�Sharia can�be considered as equivalent to the equitable law and the general rules of law and justice that are often applied by arbitrators in international arbitration. Learn more>

20 October 2011

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