Dr Orsolya Toth was an invited speaker at a conference addressing the topic of Environmental Dispute Resolution and Small States. The event took place on 6-7 September 2018 and it was organised by WilmerHale and the Centre for Small States at Queen Mary University of London.
The two-day conference brought together stakeholders at Small States, as well as government officials, academics, and practising lawyers, including judges, arbitrators and counsel from many countries. The speakers explored how dispute resolution mechanisms can be used to combat climate change and to settle controversies concerning other types of environmental harm.
Dr Toth presented a paper entitled 'Enforcement of Awards and Small States' Interests – How to Strike a Balance?' and considered how the enforcement of an arbitral award may impact third states where the affected countries are small island states.
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