|Start Date||End Date||Description||Location||Time|
|June 27, 2019||June 30, 2019||
The 2019 ILA Regional Conference in Slovenia is the first ILA conference organized by the ILA Slovene Branch. It will take place in the beautiful seaside resort of Bernardin located between the romantic town of Piran and the Portorož Riviera on the Adriatic coast 27-30 June 2019.
For further information and to register please visit: http://www.ilaslovenia2019.com/
An ILA Members Special Early Bird Registration is available until 27 January 2019 so make sure you book soon! http://www.ilaslovenia2019.com/register.html
|Bernardin, Adriatic Coast||None|
|Aug. 23, 2020||Aug. 27, 2020||
Please note that the official website for the ILA Biennial Conference Kyoto 2020 (23 - 27 August) has just been launched at http://ila2020kyoto.org/index.html.
Further information and details will be added over the coming weeks and registration will start in December 2019.
|May 8, 2019||May 8, 2019||
International Arbitration and Human Rights in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The ILA American Branch Investment Law Committee and Dentons invite you to an evening panel discussion “International Arbitration and Human Rights in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”. The panel will examine the implications and consequences for human rights and international arbitration derived from the use of artificial intelligence. Panelists will discuss the many complexities of using AI, including human rights considerations and state responsibilities for privacy and data protection. The event will take place on 8 May 2019 in New York, NY at 5:30 pm, in the offices of Dentons (1221 Avenue of the Americas).
Artificial Intelligence continues to trend in the legal sector principally due to its potential benefits to improving the practice of law. However, besides this important issue, practitioners and academics alike should consider a deeper concern: what is the stake of human rights when it comes to using AI, especially in the context of investor-state arbitration? Which are the guarantees, if any, that sovereigns may provide in regards to the use of AI in its territory? What is the current state of technology and how should technological developments be regulated? These and many other questions will be addressed by a diverse and experienced panel, coming from different backgrounds and presenting different perspectives.
|Dentons, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020||5:30 pm|
|Oct. 3, 2019||Oct. 4, 2019||
Engaging with International Law
3-4 October 2019
Barbican Centre, London
|Barbican Centre, London||None|