The president of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration, Lucy Reed, talks with London-based associate Lucy Winnington-Ingram, in the inaugural episode of our “Women in Arbitration” podcast miniseries. They explore the ICSID/UNCITRAL Draft Code of Conduct with a focus on article 8 and the steps stakeholders (including arbitrators themselves) can take to address concerns over arbitrator availability. They also discuss progress made since the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge was drawn up five years ago.
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Reed Smith’s “Women in Arbitration” podcast miniseries serves as a platform for women across the global arbitral community to discuss international arbitration hot topics, trends, developments and matters of interest. The series aims to foster thought leadership creation and information sharing, while providing an opportunity for women’s voices in the international arbitration space to be heard.
Reed Smith’s international arbitration practice is a proud signatory of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge. For more information about Reed Smith’s dedication to creating a culture of equal opportunity for women, please visit our Women’s Initiative Network page.