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Professor Strong Writes on International Commercial Courts

Prof. S.I. Strong recently wrote a post for the University of Oxford Business Law Blog, discussing her recent research into international commercial courts.  Numerous countries around the world have begun to develop specialized courts to deal with cross-border business disputes, and Professor Strong’s work considers whether and to what extent the United States can be considered competitive in the international litigation market.…

Professor Strong Speaks on International Judicial Education in the Hague

Professor S.I. Strong recently spoke in the Hague at a conference entitled Identity on the Bench: Geography and Legal Culture.  Professor Strong’s contribution, “Judicial Education and International Courts: A Proposal Whose Time Has Come?,” considered whether international judges should be encouraged or required to engage in educational programming designed specifically for judges.  The written version of the presentation will be…