Research Initiatives

Use of Barristers in International Arbitration Initiative

Interview with Hilary Heilbron QC of Brick Court Chambers

In this interview, Hilary Heilbron QC, one of the most prominent barristers in London, England, discusses the role of barristers in international arbitration. Hilary considers numerous related issues, including her views on effective written and oral advocacy. This interview constitutes mandatory viewing not only for barristers pleading in international arbitrations but also for any other persons involved in the process and interacting with such barristers.

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Arbitration Center Initiatives


The Newton Arbitration QFC Branch will be tasked with undertaking a new initiative:

Assisting the QICDRC to be recognized as one of the world’s leading arbitration forums for the resolution of international civil and commercial disputes.

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The purpose of the collaboration will be to give a global platform to the arbitration thought leadership initiatives of CIETAC.

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Profiles in Arbitration

Neil Calver QC - Brick Court Chambers

Neil Calver QC

This Profile in Arbitration features Neil Calver QC of Brick Court Chambers. Based on our market soundings, Neil can be […]

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About Newton Arbitration

Newton Arbitration The International Arbitration Think Tank

Newton Arbitration is a research organization – an international arbitration think tank – dedicated to promoting efficiency in the arbitration process. Its scholars and researchers maintain this web-based arbitration resource platform and undertake research on significant arbitration issues. As a result of its activities, Newton Arbitration intends to provide practical advice on the management of the arbitration process.

Newton Arbitration: On Going Research Initiatives

The goal of Newton Arbitration is to promote efficiency in respect of the management of the arbitration process.

Research Initiatives

About the CEO and Editor

The Editor of Newton Arbitration has over 35 years of experience in the international arbitration field. He was a member of the Freshfields’ International Arbitration Group, was the first Registrar of the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre, and until recently, was a member of the LCIA Court, as the special delegate for the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre. 

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Newton Arbitration is available to respond to questions regarding the management of the arbitration process.

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