Lewis & Clark Hosts Dispute Resolution Interest Group Workshop
September 25, 2017
On November 10, 2017, Lewis & Clark Law School hosted a scholarly workshop of the American Society of International Law’s Dispute Resolution Interest Group (DRIG). Scholars from around the country presented academic works-in-progress on a wide range of issues involving international dispute resolution, and received input from designated discussants and other workshop participants. The program for the event was as follows:
- Hiro N. Aragaki, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles—The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation at 15: How Relevant is it Still?
Discussant: Ellen E. Deason, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
- Sadie Blanchard, Yale Law School—Courts as Information Intermediaries: A Case Study of Sovereign Debt Disputes
Discussant: Aaron D. Simowitz, Willamette University College of Law
- 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
Discussant: George K. Foster, Lewis & Clark Law School
- Timothy Webster, Case Western Reserve University School of Law—The Price of Settlement: World War II Reparations in the Contemporary Era
Discussant: Janet Ainsworth, Seattle University School of Law
The conference was organized by Professor Foster and DRIG Co-Chair Perry Bechky, and was well-attended by Lewis & Clark students and faculty.