Women in Arbitration Virtual Event
“What is the Future for Women in Arbitration?"
I Event Description
Women in Arbitration 2021 invites you all to participate in an open and candid discussion on timely and relatable topics regarding women in arbitration. The event will feature practicing attorneys with significant presence in the arbitration community, and arrange virtual small group sessions for all participants to personally meet & greet fellow colleagues and share ideas.
KCAB INTERNATIONAL Women’s Interest Committee, established this year to provide an ongoing forum to discuss issues that pertain to enhancing diversity in the arbitration practice in Korea, is co-hosting the event with Kim & Chang and Herbert Smith Freehills.
The Committee members, consisting of prominent female arbitration practitioners in Korea, will be moderating the group discussions to provide an invaluable opportunity to network with a diverse group of professionals, including newcomers to the field as well as some of the most well-known names in the profession.
To present an opportunity for women in arbitration to share their experience and discuss issues of diversity and professional development in the field.
Date: 2 November 2021, Tuesday
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 (KST)
- Opening Remarks
Sue Hyun Lim (Secretary General, KCAB INTERNATIONAL)
- Program MC
Una Cho (Chair, KCAB INTERNATIONAL Women's Interest Committee /
Senior Foreign Attorney, Kim & Chang)
- Discussion 1 - Leaky Pipeline for Women : Opportunities Missed? Why?
Myung-Ahn Kim (Senior Foreign Attorney, Yoon & Yang)
Bo-Ram Hong (Attorney, Kim & Chang)
- Discussion 2 - New Virtual Working Environment in COVID Era : Burden and
Benefits for Women in Arbitration
Dana Kim (Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills)
- Virtual Mini-group Discussions moderated by Members of Women's Interest Committee