Friday, January 22, 2010

Symposium: International Commercial Arbitration: Fifty Years After the New York Convention

The current issue of the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 38, no. 1, Fall 2009) includes the proceedings of a conference held a year ago on "International Commercial Arbitration: Fifty Years After the New York Convention." Contents include:
  • Peter B. Rutledge, Introduction: The Constitutional Law of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Gary B. Born, Keynote Address: Arbitration and the Freedom to Associate
  • Linda Silberman, The New York Convention After Fifty Years: Some Reflections on the Role of National Law
  • Andreas F. Lowenfeld, The ICSID Convention: Origins and Transformation
  • Christopher M. Ryan, Discerning the Compliance Calculus: Why States Comply with International Investment Law
  • Maureen A. Weston, Simply a Dress Rehearsal? U.S. Olympic Sports Arbitration and De Novo Review at the Court of Arbitration for Sport