Seoul IDRC V-Hearing Guide

Seoul IDRC V-Hearing Guide

The Seoul Protocol offers a standard set of rules that counsels and arbitrators may use for guidance on how to address some of the logistical challenges presented by remote hearings.

The Seoul Protocol was first introduced at the Asia Pacific ADR Conference in 2018, KCAB’s major international event, and the final version was released in March, 2020.

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Checklist

  1. Preparatory Arrangements
  2. Required Equipment
  3. Test Conferencing
  4. Actual V-Hearing

1. Preparatory Arrangements

* To request the use of video conferencing facilities, please complete and submit the V-Hearing booking form.

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Download V-Hearing booking form and submit it to seoulidrc@kcab.or.kr

2. Required Equipment

3. Test Conferencing

Full testing of proper functioning of all video conference equipment is conducted at least twice (2)

4. Actual V-Hearing

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