Time of Event

18:30 – 19:30 Tokyo time


Hosted by ADBI, SASTRA Deemed University School of Law, and the Foundation for Comprehensive Dispute Resolution, this expert session presented the University of Oxford’s Florian Grisel who discussed the use of arbitration in the implementation of major industrial projects and modern arbitration and alternate dispute resolution.

Grisel’s remarks were followed by an audience question and answer session, moderated by Uma Ramanathan, Tata-Palkhivala Chair at SASTRA Deemed University.

About the speaker

Florian Grisel is an associate professor at the University of Oxford’s Oxford Center for Socio-Legal Studies. His main research areas are private governance, international arbitration, and legal globalization.

Previously, he worked for the World Bank, private law firms, and research institutions in France and the United Kingdom. He holds a PhD from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, an MPA from Columbia University, and an MA and BA in law and social sciences from Sciences Po Paris.

  • SASTRA Deemed University School of Law
  • Foundation for Comprehensive Dispute Resolution
  • Aarna Law
Event Presentations*

Arbitration in Major Industrial Projects: Practical Insights and Empirical Analysis
Presenter: Florian Grisel, Associate Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford


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