3rd Hamburg International Arbitration Day 2019

Arbitration in the Age of Technology

DateTuesday, April 9, 2019
Time13:30 - 18:30
VenueBucerius Law School, Moot Court (R. 1.21), Jungiusstraße 6, 20355 Hamburg
Fees25 € (waived upon request for students and participants of the CAM-CCBC Pre-Moot Hamburg)

Disruptive developments have shaken economies and question long-standing patterns. Driven by technology and data, industries are ceasing to exist while new ones arise. The 3rd Hamburg International Arbitration Day seeks to shed light on these implications of technology on various aspects of dispute resolution. They range from the "drafting" of dispute resolution clauses over the use of arbitration in connections with new industries and business models to the opportunities and risks of using technology in the context of "traditional" arbitral proceedings. The Center for International Dispute Resolution at Bucerius Law School, CAM-CCBC, HAC and Rechtsstandort Hamburg e.V. invite you to join the debate on the digital future of arbitration.

The Hamburg International Arbitration Day precedes the CAM-CCBC Pre-Moot Hamburg on April 10.



13:30 - 14:00Registration and Refereshments
14:00 - 14:15

Welcome Address

Professor Dr. Stefan Kröll, Bucerius Law School | Carlos Forbes, CAM-CCBC

14:15 - 15:00

Generating Dispute Resolution Clauses - Digital Drafting at Siemens

Rosanna Grosso, Siemens

Tool Based Selection of the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Method

Dr. Ulrich Hagel, Bombardier

15:00 - 16:00

The Arrival of Blockchain Arbitration - end of Classic Arbitration and Justice for all?

Ambroz Arko, Founder of Tribunalis, Novak Law

Artificial Intelligence - Impacts on Arbitration

Professor Dr. Carlos Alberto Carmona, University of São Paulo

16:00 - 16:30Coffee Break
16:30 - 17:00

Cybersecurity in Arbitration - the ICCA-Protocol

Ricardo de Carvalho Aprigliano, Aprigliano Advogados

17:00 - 17:30

Virtual Hearing and Remote Evidence - Technology in Arbitration

Erik Schäfer, Cohausz & Florack, Co-Chair of ICC Task-Force on IT & Arbitration

17:30 - 18:15

Vis Moot Special: Risks of Technology - Digital Evidence in Arbitration

Professor Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Cairo University Egypt, Zulficar Partners

18:15 - 18:30

Closing Remarks

Professor Dr. Stefan Kröll, LL.M., Bucerius Law School | Dr. Elke Umbeck, HAC


Welcome Reception CAM-CCBC Pre-Moot Hamburg

(hosted by Taylor Wessing, Sandtorkai 41, 20457 Hamburg)


Bucerius Law School
Jungiusstraße 6
20355 Hamburg

The Bucerius Law School does not have a public car park.
Public parking is available in the immediate vicinity.
Further parking area is available in the Parkhaus Messe-Ost.

The following hotels are located in the immediate vicinity of Bucerius Law School:

InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe
St. Petersburger Straße 1
20355 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 (0)40 6000140

Radisson Blu Hotel
Marseiller Str. 2
20355 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 (0)40 35020

Scandic Hotel Emporio Hamburg
Dammtorwall 19
20355 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 (0)40 4321870

Side Design Hotel Hamburg
Drehbahn 49
20354 Hamburg
Tel.:+49 (0)40 309990

Elysée Hotel AG Hamburg
Rothenbaumchaussee 10
20148 Hamburg
Tel.:+49 (0)40 414120

Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
An der Alster 72 - 79
20099 Hamburg
Tel.:+49 (0)40 28880


Host of the Evening Reception

Taylor Wessing


Center for International Dispute Resolution
Bucerius Law School – Hochschule für Rechtswissenschaft
Email: cidr(at)law-school.de

Professor Dr. Stefan Kröll, LL.M.
Honorary Professor
Center for International Dispute Resolution
Email: stefan.kroell(at)law-school.de

Professor Dr. Karsten Thorn, LL.M.
Chair of Civil Law V - Civil Law, Private Internationaland International Commercial Law,
and Comparative Law
Center for International Dispute Resolution
Email: karsten.thorn(at)law-school.de