Overview

Kyiv Arbitration Days were established in 2011. The conference was conceived to put Ukraine on the arbitration landscape and to open opportunities for an exchange between the Ukrainian arbitration community and the rest of the world.

The idea worked out well. Over the years and through occasionally stormy weather, Kyiv Arbitration Days firmly established themselves as a global event in international arbitration.

Since the inception of the conference, its organizers welcomed more than 200 practitioners as speakers, among them renowned names such as Gary Born, John Beechey, Anton Baier, Kaj Hober, Marc Blessing, Julian Lew, Marc Kantor, Christoph Schreuer, Georg von Segesser, Nikos Lavranos, Veijo Heiskanen, Simon Greenberg, Peter Goldsmith, Lord Hoffmann, Loukas Mistelis, just to name a few.

Participants from 31 countries not only enjoyed professional and intellectual challenges but, of equal importance, also the charms of the city of Kyiv and the hospitality of the Ukrainian arbitration community.

The program is created annually by the Organizing Committee which is also responsible for the selection and inviting the speakers.

Organizational and technical issues are the responsibility of the Ukrainian Bar Association’ conference team led by Ms Oleksandra Egert, the UBA’ Executive Director.

Come and see for yourself!