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Monday 30 October (1115 - 1230)

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This session will be using SLIDO.  To participate please go to SLIDO.com and enter the code: #7397107

How will artificial intelligence replace, enhance, and undermine dispute resolution and the rule of law? How good will it get at predicting legal outcomes, turning data into stories, finding signs of fraud, discovering fact patterns, selecting the best jurors, and identifying relevant documents? Will judges use ChatGPT to draft their opinions? Will lawyers use it to draft their briefs? Will mediators use it to arrive at settlement ideas? Will clients use it in place of their lawyers? This is no longer the stuff of mere science fiction, and this timely and informative session will delve deeply into how it will change our professions and the services we provide to our clients.

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Arbitration Committee
Class Actions Committee
Dispute Resolution Section (Lead)
Litigation Committee
Mediation Committee
Negligence and Damages Committee

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Tuesday 31 October (1115 - 1230)

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Including the status of the Singapore Convention and mediation guidelines for international commercial disputes.

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Mediation Committee (Lead)

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Tuesday 31 October (1615 - 1730)

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A conversation with experienced mediators about the magic of mediation - sharing some of the “secrets” of the trade and discussing different approaches to different dispute scenarios.

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Mediation Committee (Lead)

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Wednesday 1 November (1430 - 1545)

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Tackling the challenges posed by the dispute resolution protocols provided under the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) in relation to the Singapore Convention on mediated settlement.

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Mediation Committee (Lead)

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Thursday 2 November (1300 - 1500)

Mediation Committee (Lead)

Friday 3 November (0930 - 1045)

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Online mediation has changed the practice of mediation. Artificial Intelligence has the potential to revolutionise it. This session will explore the intersection of mediation and technology with an emphasis on psychological effects on mediation participants. Does online mediation make mediation fairer? Can digital mediators build rapport with parties? Can AI ever do what a mediator does? We will discuss these issues and more with specialists in mediation, psychology and technology.

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Mediation Committee (Lead)

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