The Casablanca International Mediation and Arbitration Centre (CIMAC) is offering a three months internship in arbitration. Graduates with a relevant…
The fourth edition of the “Casablanca Arbitration Days” (CAD) will take place at Hyatt Regency Casablanca, in Morocco on 29-30 November 2018. Organised by the Casablanca Finance City Authority (CFCA) and by the Casablanca International Mediation & Arbitration Centre (CIMAC), this conference is supported by McDermott Will & Emery, as well as other leading international law firms, and key industry publications such as Global Arbitration Review.
This event is an opportunity for lawyers and policy makers from Africa and the rest of the world to discuss the future of CIMAC as an arbitral institution and Casablanca as a forum for arbitration in Africa and in general to increase Knowledge and discuss issues of common interest in an open environment.
Hyatt Regency Casablanca
The Casablanca Mediation and Arbitration Center is a non-profit organization created on the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Casablanca (CCISC) in 2001, on the recommendation of the Ministry of Commerce Industry, Investment and Digital Economy with the contribution of economic and legal actors.
It uses Alternative Modes of Conflict Resolution (ADR), to resolve inter-and intra-company commercial and social disputes in confidentiality, speed and efficiency.
CIMAC: Empowering Africa’s arbitration ambition
CIMAC’s diverse Court embodies its ambition to become a leading centre for Africa. The Court includes: Moroccans, Africans, Arabs, Europeans and Americans; French, English, Arabic and Spanish native speakers; and common and civil lawyers. The members of the Court are internationally recognized as independent specialists. CIMAC is the first arbitration centre on the African continent with a truly international and independent governing body.
NEWS : The Role of African States & Governments in the Development of Arbitration in Africa, Cairo, Egypt 3-5 April 2017
Cairo conference on 3-5 April 2017 focused on the role of African states/governments (executive and legislative branches) in creating a…