ICCA Congress Mauritius 2016

10 May, 2016

The first ICCA Congress to be held in Africa is in progress in Mauritius, where delegates have heard from speakers including UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon and Nobel laureate Mohammed El Baradei.

Salim Moollan QC is the Chairman of the ICCA 2016 Host Committee. Toby Landau QC is speaking on ‘How to Prepare a Persuasive Case: 10 Things to Do and to Avoid’, while Salim is also moderating a session on ‘The Effect of Foreign National Court Judgments Relating to the Arbitral Award: A Conceptual Framework’.

In his welcome message, Salim said, “On behalf of the Host Committee of ICCA Mauritius 2016, I have the pleasure of extending a very cordial invitation to the twenty-third International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Congress, to be held in Mauritius on 8-11 May 2016. It is an honour for Mauritius to have been selected to host ICCA’s twenty-third Congress. Be assured that the Host Committee will do its best to make this a truly memorable Congress, at which participants can experience the warm and generous welcome of which we Mauritians are so proud.”

Several members of Essex Court Chambers are also in attendance.