This breakout session will look at how human psychology and behaviour impacts dispute resolution for parties, counsel and decision-makers (for example, judges and arbitrators). The study of ‘behavioural law’, which takes into account the limitations of human rationality in decision-making, has grown as an academic subject in the last decade, and the influence of biases and heuristics on behaviours has become widely recognised in legal practice.

Why do parties pursue claims or defences that appear (objectively) to be unlikely to succeed? What psychological tools are available to counsel, to help them persuade the decision-maker? And what are the limitations of human decision-making, that can affect how judges and arbitrators reach their decisions?

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Plenary Session I: Corporate Counsel Roundtable on the Dispute Resolution Issues that are at the Forefront of Their Agenda

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Breakout 1B: Dispute Resolution and the Game of Attrition. Is ‘Winning at all Cost’ Really Consistent with Well-being and Mental Health in the Legal Profession?

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Breakout 1D: ‘Drop the pilot’/ Prague Rules/IBA Rules/ Tainted Evidence/Questions about Evidence in Dispute Resolution

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Breakout 2A: Paying for Dispute Resolution Lawyers – Alternatives to an Hourly Rate System Pricing / Fee Structures / Funding of Dispute Resolution

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Breakout 2B: State Parties

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Lunch

Covid-19 Update - LIDW POSTPONED

To all our colleagues, friends and partners in the international disputes community.

In light of Covid-19, the LIDW events that are currently scheduled to take place in September will be postponed until the week of 10 May 2021.

While this is disappointing, we are keen that the international disputes community is able to make the most of the exciting programme of sessions that we have lined up so we can build on the momentum that LIDW2019 created. We look forward to developing that with you when it is safer for us all to be together in person.

We have been greatly encouraged by the response to the programme and look forward to the rescheduled event delivering crucial insights into the future of the business and law of international dispute resolution. Any ticket purchases already made for the 2020 event will carry over to 2021.

We look forward to welcoming you to the event in person in May 2021.

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