A review of major arbitration rosters reveals there is more than a critical mass of women arbitrators available for appointment but that a far disproportionate number of such appointments actually occur. Does this mean that we are actively choosing men over women? And if in circumstances where the representation exists to achieve gender equity yet our choices fail to support the goal, can we ever hope to achieve diversity/equity more broadly among other equity-seeking groups in international arbitration? Join us for a discussion of these multi-faceted questions.
This event is hosted by McCarthy Tetrault and Gatehouse Chambers.
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