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ASA below 40

ASA’s young practitioners group (the Groupe des Jeunes Praticiens de l’Arbitrage) aims at promoting of the exchange of views and experiences among arbitration practitioners below the age of 40 in a friendly and informal way.


Next ASA below 40 Events

ASA below 40 also seeks to facilitate contacts among young professionals interested in the field of arbitration. The group holds two seminars per year and collaborates with other organisations or institutions that support young arbitration practitioners. 

Membership is free.


For more information please contact one of the group's co-chairs: 

Olivier Mosimann
Anna-Maria Tamminen
Catherine Anne Kunz

News:  June 2018

At the ASA Spring Seminar of 8 June 2018 the ASA below Team announced the new co-chair Catherine Anne Kunz. Catherine is a Counsel at LALIVE in Geneva, Switzerland. She is dual-qualified in Switzerland and in England and Wales (solicitor).
Catherine is the successor of Alexandre Mazuranic who leaves the b40 co-chair team after his three-year term as co-chair.


News:  June 2017

ASA below 40 is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna-Maria Tamminen as the new co-chair of ASA below 40. Anna-Maria is a Managing Associate at Hannes Snellman Attorneys, working out of the firm’s Helsinki and Stockholm offices. She is qualified to practice law as an attorney in Finland and the State of New York. Anna-Maria replaces Julien Fouret, who stepped down as co-chair at the end of May 2017. The current co-chairs are delighted that Anna-Maria has accepted his nomination and very much look forward to working with him to further expand ASA below 40's international presence and broad reach.


Presentations available for download


For information on upcoming events see ASA below 40 Events.

The latest topics discussed in ASA below 40 seminars were:

2018 September Seminar: Swiss Case Law Series, Bern

2017 September Seminar: Swiss Case Law Series: Deviations from the agreed procedural rules: Non-issue or no-go? (4A_405/2016), Bern