Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution (CSDR)

Dispute Resolution in Early America Topic of Article by Prof. Conklin

August 1st, 2013

Prof. Carli N. Conklin’s article, “Lost Options for Mutual Gain? The Lawyer, the Layperson, and Dispute Resolution in Early America” was recently published by the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (28 Ohio St. J. on Disp.

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Prof. Strong Interviewed by The Third Branch News and Global Arbitration Review

July 11th, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong recently wrote a book chapter, “Monism and Dualism in International Commercial Arbitration: Overcoming Barriers to Consistent Application of Principles of Public International Law,” which appears in Basic Concepts of Public International Law: Monism and Dualism 547

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ICSID Award Cites Prof. Strong

July 8th, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong’s article, “Does Class Arbitration ‘Change the Nature’ of Arbitration? Stolt-Nielsen, AT&T and a Return to First Principles,” published in 17 Harvard Negotiation Law Review 201 (2012), was recently cited in the dissenting opinion on

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Professor’s Article Translated Into Spanish

May 16th, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong’s recent article, “Does Class Arbitration ‘Change the Nature’ of Arbitration? Stolt-Nielsen, AT&T and a Return to First Principles,” published in 17 Harvard Negotiation Law Review 201 (2012), has just been translated into Spanish. The

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Prof. Strong Acts as Guest Lecturer at Yale Law School Seminar

May 2nd, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong recently acted as a guest lecturer at Yale Law School’s Law and Globalization Seminar, focusing on issues relating to the intersection between constitutional and public international law. Prof. Strong’s session was based on her

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