Arbitration: The Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
January 2011 view as PDF
Good morning, students. Welcome to this morning's seminar, which is, as usual, being conducted virtually with simultaneous translation into Chinese. I am delighted to note that over 150 students are accessing this seminar, and I can see that this morning we have students participating from the United States of Europe, as well as our usual contingent from Asia and the Americas.
Before we start, there are a couple of housekeeping issues. Please ensure that your presentations are submitted on time this week. Over-reliance on BEAM technology last week meant that a number of presentations were delayed or only partially received. Do remember that we still accept submissions via the internet. Just because it's old-fashioned doesn't mean it doesn't work. Also, do make sure that if you are revising through the Plugged In method,2 the electrodes are removed before you activate your virtual classroom. There were a couple of nasty incidents reported last week.
Read the full article in the attached PDF
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