Maud Piers

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Maud Piers
Maud Piers is an associate professor of arbitration law. She regularly acts as an arbitrator and expert in international arbitration.
As vice-president (since 2017) and member of the board of directors (since 2012) of the Belgian Center ofArbitration and Mediation (Cepani), she puts her expertise at the service of the legal community.

She was the founder and is currently an editor (and former editor-in-chief) for b-Arbitra, i.e. the Belgian Review for Arbitration; an editor for; and a ‘korrespondierende Herausgeber’ for the ZEuP.

Maud focuses her research and teaching on arbitration law and ADR. With her research on digitalization and artificial intelligence, she aims to prepare the arbitration community to move up a gear by exploring the true potential and challenges of current and future technologies and by setting the wheels in motion for a safe and adequate regulatory context.

To increase the impact of her research, she fosters multidisciplinary debate between all relevant players, namely practitioners, policymakers, developers and scholars in the related fields.