The University of Hamburg as part of the Hamburg Lecture Series in Public and Comparative Law is hosting a virtual lecture on “Law of Gender Diversity in East Asian Arbitration and Motherhood Studies” on May 24, 2022.
About the University
The University of Hamburg (German: Universität Hamburg, also referred to as UHH) is a public research university in Hamburg, Germany. It was founded in 1919.
About the Lecture
Some say that female lawyers have many sleepless nights since women lawyers are also in charge of their kids’ primary childcare and only nights left to work overtime. Indeed, international arbitration is a very masculine area, where women with small kids have limited opportunities to compete.
Building upon this problem, Munkhnaran Munkhtuvshin analyzes how motherhood and cognitive bias at law firms impact the female practitioners’ career in arbitration by conducting eight private interviews with East Asian women arbitrators and twelve surveys among young female practitioners.
Date: May 24, 2022
Time: 19.30 IST
Topic: Law of Gender Diversity in East Asian Arbitration and Motherhood Studies
Speaker: Munkhnaran Munkhtuvshin, Nagoya University, Japan
Commentator: Prof. Akiko Ejima, Meiji University, Japan
Mode: Virtual through Zoom Cloud Meet
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