ASIL Dispute Resolution Interest Group Workshop
Date: November 10
On November 10, 2017, Lewis & Clark Law School will host a scholarly workshop of the American Society of International Law’s Dispute Resolution Interest Group. Scholars from around the country will present academic works-in-progress on a wide range of issues involving international dispute resolution, and will receive feedback from other scholars. Authors and their papers will include:
- Hiro N. Aragaki, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles—The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation at 15: How Relevant is it Still?
- Sadie Blanchard, Yale Law School—Opting into the Legal System: Adjudicating Reputation in the Sovereign Bond Market
- Alexandra Kinsella and S. James Anaya, University of Colorado Law School—The Maya People of Southern Belize Consultation Framework: A Model for Actualizing the State Duty to Consult Within a Human Rights Framework
- Timothy Webster, Case Western Reserve University School of Law—Settling Scores after Decades: Corporate Settlements for World War II Crimes
Professor George K. Foster, who is co-organizing the workshop, will serve as discussant for the paper by Kinsella and Anaya. The other discussants will be Ellen E. Deason of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Aaron D. Simowitz of Willamette University College of Law, and Janet Ainsworth of Seattle University School of Law.
Lewis & Clark Law School students and faculty are welcome and encouraged to attend sessions of the workshop, but must RSVP in advance to Lydia Ruiz-Hom at firstname.lastname@example.org.