Dublin Forum on International Commercial Dispute Resolution


The XV Dublin Forum on International Commercial Dispute Resolution is a high-level discussion in round table in format. We have approximately 30 attendees, each specially invited because of their active interest and engagement in international arbitration and mediation.

The format and the attendee profiles allow and encourage a high level of participation,
with each topic introduced by a panel of three or four speakers and then opened for
round table discussion under Chatham House Rule.
In recent years the forum has been online in zoom meeting format, with Chatham House
Rule suspended.
Following a very successful XIV Dublin Forum on International Dispute Resolution online
on 16 June 2021, programme HERE, the XV Dublin Forum will return to an in-person
format and convene on 16 June 2022.

Details to follow.

To date the Forum has attracted colleagues from jurisdictions across the world including:
New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, India, Abu Dhabi,
Dubai, Qatar, Israel, Lebanon, Egypt, Botswana, Rwanda, Kenya, Nigeria, Greece, Italy,
Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Czech Republic, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland,
Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, England & Wales, Scotland, Northern
Ireland, Ireland, Jamaica, Canada, and USA (Texas, Midwest. Washington DC, NYC,
California), as well as representatives of international dispute resolution institutions and centres
ICC, CIArb, WIPO, ICDR, SAC (Stockholm), AIAC (KL), JAMS, Nominet UK, CAC (Prague),
GIAC (Tbililsi), QICCA (Doha), CRCICA (Cairo), NYIAC (New York City) and Arbitration Place
(Toronto), Scottish Arbitration Centre (Edinburgh