As countries implement controls on movement, the hiring landscape in arbitration is bound to change. Lawyers across the globe are working from home, and many countries have either already postponed bar exams, or are considering it. Students and young practitioners wishing to make lateral moves or career changes are left with questions on how this is going to impact their options. Ms. Fei Jis (Jessica) of King & Wood Mallesons, Ms. Amanda Lee of Seymours and founder of the Careers in Arbitration initiative, Mr. Joseph Profaizer of Paul Hastings and ASIL DRIG member, and Ms. María Inés Corrá of Bomchil will address these concerns. The panel will discuss the trends in arbitration careers before COVID-19, how the movement control orders will affect career opportunities, and their thoughts on the future market. This panel will be moderated by Ms. Chelsea Pollard of the Asian International Arbitration Centre and ASIL NPIG co-chair. To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once registered, you will be provided with the link for the Zoom Webinar. The event will take place on April 8th from 9:00 AM (EST) to 10:00 AM (EST).
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