Global Trends 2030: U.S. Intelligence Community Forecasts and International Dispute Resolution Futures

Date:

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Hon. Judge Stephen Schwebel, former pres of the Int'l Court of Justice, pres of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal; Dr. Mathew Burrows, counselor, U.S. National Intelligence Council

Location:

Arnold & Porter
555 Twelfth Street, NW
Washington , DC 20004
United States

Fee:

member $20 nonmember $35

Time:

12:30-2 pm

CLE Credits:

N/A

Event Type:

 

Join the D.C. Bar International Dispute Resolution Committee and the American Society of International Law's (ASIL) new Howard M. Holzmann Research Center for the Study of International Arbitration and Conciliation for an event that is a true break from the usual. The US National Intelligence Council (NIC) recently released its Report on “Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds.” Attendees will learn of the Report and its implications for how you and your organization spend your time and resources for the next two decades.

Participants will hear from Dr. Mathew Burrows, counselor to the NIC and principal author of NIC's Global Trends reports over the years. He will describe the mega-trends, game changers and scenarios set out in the new Global Trends 2030 Report. Also speaking is the eminent international jurist Judge Stephen Schwebel, former president of the International Court of Justice and current president of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal, who will be offering his comments on the implications for international dispute resolution of the developments outlined in the Report. Jean Kalicki, partner at Arnold & Porter LLP and co-chair of the D.C. Bar International Dispute Resolution Committee, will moderate the program.

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