In a post on Indisputably (a blog linking dispute resolution scholarship, education, and practice) Professor Jill Gross from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, comments on a recent article titled “Are Arbitrators Human?” According to Professor Gross, the article, which appears in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (Vol. 13, Issue 4, pages 666-692), “reports on empirical research indicating that ‘arbitrators perform about the same as judges in experiments designed to detect the presence of common cognitive errors and excessive reliance on intuition.’” See Article Asks Whether Arbitrators Are Human.