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MTSA | International Topics: Judging Disputes between States | 21 January 2020

Tuesday 21st of January 2020 17:30

This event is a qualifying session and is worth 1 point
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17:30 ~ Doors Open
18:00 ~ Doors Close
18:00 ~ Lecture
19:00 ~ Drinks Reception

This event is expected to end at approximately 20:00


Sherrard Room, Ashley Building

Dress Code:

Business Attire (No Gowns for Members)

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Event Details: 

Master Christopher Greenwood

Judging Disputes between States – the International Court of Justice, the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and Arbitration

The second lecture from the series on international legal topics will be delivered by Master Greenwood, a judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. From 2009-2018 Master Greenwood was a judge of the International Court of Justice. He also has extensive experience as an arbitrator, including as President of arbitration tribunals and ICSID ad hoc committees. 

Members are encouraged to attend the entire series. These events are designed to equip members with a holistic background on international legal topics. They can be instrumental to those also considering a career on the international platforms. 

Tickets are just £5 for student members and £10 for Called members.


This event is for members only.

Qualifying Session Details:

For Middle Temple students and transferring lawyers - this event counts as one Qualifying Session.  To be awarded the QS for this event you are required to arrive on time and attend all elements of this event (please see timings at the top of this page).  You must hand your ticket to the Front of House staff on duty on arrival.  Failure to do so will mean that the QS will not be awarded. Click here for more details on qualifying sessions.

Please Note:

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Booking Tickets:

Members of the Inn can buy tickets online by clicking ‘Add to Cart’.  Please note that you must log in to book (if you have not yet created a log-in please register first).  Alternatively you can buy tickets from the Treasury Office in person or by telephoning 020 7427 4800.

Unless the event sells out earlier, booking will close at 16:00 on Monday 20 January 2020.

Please note: You cannot book a ticket online for another member of the Inn if that member needs the Qualifying Session assigned to their record. They must log in and book their own ticket, or alternatively contact the Treasury Office.


Student/Hall Members - To cancel a ticket please contact the Treasury Office on 020 7427 4800 or email  A refund will only be processed where a ticket is cancelled by 12:00 two working days before the event.

Masters of the Bench - are reminded that cancellations received after 17:00 on the day before the event will incur the full cost of the Event. To cancel please contact 020 7427 6385 or email