The Global Pound Conference (“GPC”) Series is collecting votes from dispute resolution community stakeholders regarding “how to shape the future of commercial dispute resolution and improve access to justice in the 21st century.”
According to the GPC Series’ website:
This is part of a unique international project seeking to collect data from different stakeholders involved in commercial dispute resolution: parties, their advisors, service providers (e.g., courts, judges, arbitrators, conciliators, mediators, etc.), and other influencers (e.g., academics, government ministries, think tanks, etc.) to detect what gaps (if any) may exist between what users want and what is available to them, and how to shape the future of commercial dispute resolution and improve access to justice at local and international levels. Your votes are important to us.
Online voting is open until July 31, 2017.
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