Members of the Central Organising Committee and Global Research Advisors to the Executive Committee
The aim of this worldwide conference series is to engage all key stakeholders in a conversation about dispute resolution and how it should be used in commercial and civil conflicts in the 21st Century. Like the original Pound Conference, held in the USA in 1976, the ambition of the GPC is to change the culture and methods of resolving conflicts. The GPC Series will culminate in a report at the end of 2017, which interprets the data gathered globally to help shape how dispute resolution will be conducted for years to come. The resulting data from all of the events will be publicly available to anyone wishing to research stakeholder views on dispute resolution.
Update: London Pilot
On February 25 we gathered together for the GPC pilot. It was a great day and very productive. Thanks to Herbert Smith Freehills London for hosting this event.
Update: Inaugural GPC Conference in Singapore
On March 17th and 18th we had the great pleasure to facilitate the inaugural GPC conference in Singapore. Held in the Supreme Court building, we were joined by over 400 delegates passionate about the future of commercial dispute resolution. These delegates represented range of stakeholders groups and included parties, judges, arbitrators, mediators, conciliators, lawyers, academics and government officials.