On October 29, the 19th international scientific conference “Belarus in the Modern World” was held at the Faculty of International Relations of the Belarusian State University, where attorney Dr Aliaksandr Danilevich is an associate professor.
Aliaksandr Danilevich, who by the way has a PhD in law, took part in it with a report “Hierarchy of Rules, Agreements and Principles used for Arbitral Hearings”. Within the framework of the report, questions about the decisive role of the autonomy of the will of the parties in the regulation of the procedure for proceedings in the international arbitration court, as well as about the procedure for holding a court session were raised. The report also covered an aspect of the arbitrators’ discretion, which is derived from the decision of the parties to submit the dispute to arbitration and is intended to fill a gap in the absence of agreement between the parties, but taking into account their opinion and in compliance with the mandatory rules of law.
The report will be published in the digest of articles “Belarus in the modern world”, which is annually edited by the Belarusian State University.