NZ Law Foundation International Arbitration Lecture.
Professor Catherine Rogers will give a public lecture on “Procedural Arrangements as a Window into the Soul of International Arbitration Regimes: Arbitrator Selection, Transparency and Stakeholder Interests”
This presentation will consider how international arbitration in its various forms responds to three important procedural concerns: 1) arbitrator selection, appointment and challenge standards and procedures; 2) transparency; and 3) procedures affecting the interests of third-parties and non-party stakeholders.
Catherine Rogers is a scholar of international arbitration and professional ethics. Her scholarship focuses on the convergence of the public and private in international adjudication, and on the reconceptualization of the attorney as a global actor. Professor Rogers has taught, lectured and published extensively on these topics around the world, including as an invited participant at two Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Fora.
Her visit to New Zealand will also include sessions on Third Party Funding and her work with the ICC Palestine, a joint venture partner with the ICC Israel in creation of a new Jerusalem Arbitration Centre. This initiative seeks to provide dispute resolution for commercial disputes arising out of the approximately $4B in annual trade between Palestinians and Israelis per annum.
Professor Catherine Rogers is Professor of Ethics, Regulation & the Rule of Law at Queen Mary, University of London and Professor of Law and International Affairs at Penn State Law in the United States.
|Professor Rogers' visit is sponsored by the New Zealand Law Foundation|
Date: Tuesday, 26 November 2013.
Venue: Stone Lecture Theatre at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law, 9 Eden Crescent, Auckland
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