YAAP Round Table - How to Analyze the Strengths and Weaknesses of Arguments

Category
YAAP
Date
25 Jun 2020 19:00
Venue
Café Korb, Brandstätte 9, 1010 Vienna - Vienna
How to Analyze the Strengths and Weaknesses of Arguments in International Arbitration

This talk will introduce a systematic method to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of arguments in international arbitration, based on the so-called 'Logocratic Method' as developed by Harvard Law School Professor Scott Brewer. Gabriel will introduce the theory and basic concepts of the method and Matt will go through examples from cases to illustrate how to use the logocratic method in practice. 

Speakers:

Dr. Gabriel M. Lentner, Assistant Professor of International Law & Arbitration, Danube University Krems & Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School

Matthew J. Weldon, JD, MA, Partner & Member of the international arbitration group, K&L Gates LLP, New York

 

Date: 25 June 2020
! NEW ! Venue: Café Korb, Brandstätte 9, 1010 Vienna
As always, no need to register, we look forward to seeing you there!

 

This talk will introduce a systematic method to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of arguments in international arbitration, based on the so-called 'Logocratic Method' as developed by Harvard Law School Professor Scott Brewer. Gabriel will introduce the theory and basic concepts of the method and Matt will go through examples from cases to illustrate how to use the logocratic method in practice. 

Speakers:

Dr. Gabriel M. Lentner, Assistant Professor of International Law & Arbitration, Danube University Krems & Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School

Matthew J. Weldon, JD, MA, Partner & Member of the international arbitration group, K&L Gates LLP, New York

 
 

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  • 25 Jun 2020 19:00