4th East Africa International Arbitration Conference to take place in Kampala, Uganda

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4th East Africa International Arbitration Conference to take place in Kampala, Uganda

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Kampala, Capital city of Uganda

 

East Africa International Arbitration Conference Kampala 2016 The East Africa International Arbitration Conference committee in partnership with I-Arb Africa and GBS Africa(a boutique Advisory focusing on Africa’s trade & Investment competitiveness) are delighted to bring to Kampala the 4th Edition of the East Africa International Arbitration Conference . Dates : 8th & 9th September 2016 Venue: Kampala Serena. Now in its 4th year, the conference is endorsed by East Africa’s Government Departments, Private sector Legal and development agencies.

EAIAC has grown to become a must attend Annual Forum for East Africa’s legal professionals, In house legal counsels, Professional Arbitrators, Governments, Media and Academia . Every year we meet to share best practice, network and chart the way forward for East Africa’s Arbitration practice. EAIAC Kampala 2016 will build on the success of the previous conferences held in Addis Ababa (2013), Nairobi (2014) and Dar –Es Salaam (2015) These conferences have each welcomed over 200 delegates from East Africa and beyond, comprising of law firms, corporate clients, and regional arbitration centres. Previous Speakers included; Attorney Generals, Cabinet Ministers, regional and international law firms, and regional arbitration centres, including Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (MIAC), Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration (NCIA) and Kigali International Arbitration Centre (KIAC). This year’s EAIAC focus will be on Infrastructure projects, natural resources oil and gas. Uganda is increasingly gaining recognition as a leading Infrastructure and natural resource player in the Eastern African market, and the organizing committee considers Kampala as a natural choice for hosting EAIAC 2016. The conference will highlight the importance of international arbitration as a tool for promoting foreign investment on the Continent, look at arbitration case studies from Uganda and the region. Registration & Sponsorship Early Bird Delegates Fee – US$ 325 per person (payable by 28th June 2016) after which the standard fee of $450.00 applies. The conference offers an incredible opportunity for branding and invites you to profile your company here, please email any member of the organizing committee. We believe this conference will be invaluable to Uganda and indeed the East Africa Region as we and position the country as a competitive destination for investment.

 

1 Response

  1. Elizabeth Karanja

    I am proud to be part of EAIAC 2016. I look forward to great engagement, and a successful run to EAC 2017 in Kigali.

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