Morel de Westgaver Presents on Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics in International Arbitration as Part of CIArb NAB Tech ADR Summit Webinar Series
London Partner Claire Morel de Westgaver will join a webinar discussion on the future of artificial intelligence and data analytics in international arbitration. This Oct. 15 event is hosted by the North America branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). CIArb is the leading qualifications and professional body for dispute avoidance and dispute management which provides education and training for arbitrators, mediators and adjudicators worldwide.
Participants will hear from academics and practitioners concerning how artificial intelligence and data analytics transforms today’s practice and what the future of international arbitration will look like.
Morel de Westgaver is a member of BCLP’s International Arbitration and Construction Dispute Practice. A UK/US dual-qualified international arbitration lawyer with a mixed common law / civil law background, she acts as counsel, advocate and arbitrator. She has particular experience with disputes relating to technology, corporate transactions, cross-border sale or service agreements, and disputes involving IP, secrecy and cybersecurity issues. Morel de Westgaver regularly writes and speaks on arbitration-related subjects.
Last year, BCLP won the AI Innovation Award for the second year running at the Legal Week Innovation Awards. BCLP was the first firm granted permission by the court to use predictive coding as part of a disclosure exercise in a contested hearing. The firm has an established in-house forensic technology team which enables data and documentation to be processed, hosted and reviewed more quickly and cheaply using an in-house eDisclosure platform – Ringtail. The Forensic Technology Team is embedded within the department and an integral part of service to clients.
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