ICCA Edinburgh rescheduled for February 2021

ICCA Edinburgh rescheduled for February 2021

Following the postponement of ICCA Edinburgh due to COVID-19, ICCA and the Scottish Arbitration Centre have announced that the next ICCA Congress will take place from Monday 1 to Thursday 4 February 2021 in Edinburgh.

ICCA president, Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler, said: “We are delighted that we were able to secure dates in early 2021, allowing us to assemble safely, hopefully in large numbers, avoiding conflicts with other rescheduled events, and leaving enough time before the Hong Kong Congress. The Hong Kong Host Committee was consulted on the choice of these new dates.

“We are confident that the Edinburgh Congress will be a spectacular event. Delegates will enjoy lively debates from 16 panels, as well as the opportunity to attend the Gala Dinner at the iconic National Museum of Scotland.”

ICCA 2020 Congress chair Brandon Malone added: “We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to Edinburgh in February next year. It will probably be a little colder in February than in our originally planned dates in May, but the rescheduled Congress lands squarely in Burns season when we celebrate the birthday of Robert Burns, our national bard, and a warm and traditional Scottish welcome awaits our delegates.”

Registered delegates of the 2020 congress will automatically have their registration transferred to the rescheduled congress. If you are registered for the congress and are unable to participate in the rescheduled congress, you can transfer your registration to a friend or colleague free of charge or cancel and receive a refund in line with the revised cancellation policy.

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