Conference Russian Arbitration Day 2022

Russian arbitration day 2022

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Russian Arbitration Day (RAD) is a unique conference dedicated to the development of arbitration in Russia and abroad, which has rightfully become one of the most successful in the CIS region since its first introduction in 2013. During these years, RAD brought together over one and a half thousand Russian and foreign participants in an offline format and more than three thousand online users. The growing interest in this conference indicates the importance of the further development and organizing of RAD on a more global basis.

The VII Russian Arbitration Day will take place on April 5, 2022 offline. There will also be a live broadcast of the event in Russian and English languages. The program of the event, as well as details of the time and venue will be announced later.

RAD 2022 Moderators: Roman Khodykin, Galina Zukova, Julia Zagonek.

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The VII Russian Arbitration Day will take place on April 5, 2022 in offline format. There will also be a live broadcast of the event in Russian and English. The program of the event, as well as details about the time and place of its holding will be published later


Roman Khodykin

PhD in Law, Partner at the London office of the Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, Visiting Professor at the Queen Mary University of London

Galina Zukova

Founding Partner at ZUKOVA Legal, Paris, Associate Professor at the University of Paris-Saclay (University of Versailles) and the Riga Graduate School of Law, Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitrationn

Julia Zagonek

Partner at White & Case, Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Member of LCIA Court, Member of VIAC International Advisory Board


RAD Arbitration Award was first established within the framework of RAD 2019. This is a prize awarded for the best research was in the field of arbitration.

To date, the winners of the RAD Award include:

  • Alexander Grebelskiy, PhD in Law, Senior Professor of the S. N. Lebedev Department for International Private and Civil Law, MGIMO, for his research on “Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration” (RAD 2019).
  • Aleksey Zaitsev, PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Civil Proceedings Department at the Saratov State Law Academy, member of the editorial team of the “Arbitration” journal and an arbitrator, for his treatise “The History of Arbitral Tribunals and Legal Proceedings in Russia (XIV — early XX century)” ( RAD 2020).

In 2022, the jury will continue granting the award.

The award is aimed at promoting an in-depth research of problematic arbitration related issues and supporting Russian authors exploring this topic.

Submitted researches must meet the following criteria:

  • - The subject of the research must be arbitral proceedings;
  • - Any format is acceptable, except for commentaries and textbooks;
  • - The author of the research must be a Russian national;
  • - The research must be first published (on a tangible medium or online) after January 1, 2020;
  • - The research must be in either Russian or English.

RAD 2022 moderators will perform as the jury of the Award. Any person may nominate a research for winning the RAD Award. For nomination, please send the text of the research with details on its author and publication to the moderators’ email addresses below:

Roman Khodykin:

Galina Zukova:

Yulia Zagonek:

The Award fund will be determined not later than the date of the Conference.

Be informed