Hugh Carlson will judge an upcoming debate at Stanford Law School on the role of artificial intelligence in international arbitration. The event, co-organized by CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics and the Stanford International Arbitration Association, will take place on-campus on Thursday 15 February at 12:45pm PT and feature experts from engineering and legal backgrounds. Registration for the event is open to the public.

To find out more and to register, click here.


Hugh is the Chief Executive Officer of Three Crowns, in which capacity he is responsible for the firm’s global operations. He also serves as General Counsel to the firm.

Hugh has represented clients across a range of industries and under most major arbitral rules systems.  He has been described in Who’s Who Legal as “absolutely phenomenal”, a great strategist”, “command[ing] the respect of his peers”, and “‘very highly recommended’ for his international investment treaty and commercial arbitration work”. He is also recognised in other leading rankings and directories, including Law Dragon’s “Global Litigation 500” and Super Lawyers.

Hugh teaches international arbitration at Harvard Law School and is a co-founder of its International Arbitration Workshop.

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