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Professor Finder Speaks at Women in Arbitration Initiative and Bund Expert Forum in Shanghai

STL Distinguished Scholar in Residence Susan Finder was invited to speak at the March 8, 2018 launch of the “Women in Arbitration” initiative organized by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC). The event was held in Shanghai on International Women’s Day and was attended by female practitioners of international arbitration and related practice areas.  The  Women in Arbitration initiative aims to “provide a forum for members to consider and discuss current topics, grow networks and business relationships, and develop the next generation of leading female practitioners.”

On March 7, Professor Finder was one of several experts invited to present at the “Bund Expert Forum” hosted by the Shanghai office of Boss & Young Attorneys-at-Law. Professor Finder’s remarks focused on the knowledge and competencies essential for successful transnational legal practice. Professor Finder was joined by experts and scholars from Fudan University and East China University of Political Science and Law.

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