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Professor Gely and Judge Webber Honored by Mizzou Alumni Association

The Mizzou Alumni Association will honor 14 distinguished faculty and alumni at the 51st annual Faculty-Alumni Awards Ceremony on Nov. 9. Professor Rafael Gely is among the six Mizzou faculty members honored for their work in the classroom, research endeavors and relationships with students. Professor Gely is the James E. Campbell Missouri Endowed Professor of Law and director of the Center for…

Professor Gely Comments on Right-to-Work Decision in Missouri

In a recent article, “Missouri Loss Suggests ‘Right-to-Work’ Push is Losing Steam,” Professor Rafael Gely commented on the recent defeat of Proposition A in Missouri. The statewide referendum would have allowed employees in private-sector unionized workplaces to opt of union membership and union fees. “People talk about the [Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization] strike in the 1980s sending a signal…

National Academy of Arbitrators Presents Professor Gely with David Petersen Award

The National Academy of Arbitrators recently presented the David Petersen Award to Professor Rafael Gely at its annual meeting in Chicago. The award recognizes and honors individuals who have given invaluable service to the academy. Professor Gely was recognized for his instrumental role in the startup and continual maintenance of arbitrationinfo.com, a neutral website that is a joint venture of…

Law School Center Secures Grant to Study Reasoning in Arbitration

The law school’s nationally-recognized Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution was recently awarded a $25,000 grant from the AAA-ICDR Foundation (the charitable arm of the American Arbitration Association and the International Center for Dispute Resolution) to study arbitral reasoning in various contexts and in comparison to judicial reasoning. The project, “Reasoning in International Commercial Arbitration: Comparisons Across the Common…