Experiences with Remote Hearings: A Survey of Users' Views

Dear Practitioners! Gary Born, Anneliese Day QC, and Hafez Virjee, President of Delos Dispute Resolutions, have launched a survey on user's experiences with remote hearings!

One of the most visible impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on international arbitration has been the digitalisation of interactions that previously took place mainly in-person (i.e. for present purposes with participants physically in the same room): team meetings, conferences and, especially, hearings dealing with major procedural issues and/or the substance of the case. This survey aims to capture the extent of the change through empirical data, and take a preliminary view of its permanence.

You can take part in the survey by following the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/delos-londap_remote-hearings-survey

The survey will be open until Friday 3 July 2020.

The more questions you can answer, the more representative the findings will be of the collective impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It doesn't matter that you haven't yet taken part in a fully remote hearing: that too is a relevant insight into the extent of the phenomenon.

Preliminary findings will be published in a legal journal, to be followed, depending on the amount and quality of the data, by one or more complementary reports.




Members of the Association can be an individual with a law degree, is a specialist in international commercial arbitration or have a professional interest in international commercial arbitration and share the goals and objectives of the Association.Read more

Database of Arbitrators

Happy New Year

UAA webinar