How to Break into International Arbitration
January 31, 2011 at 3:49 PM
Courtesy of Lyonette Louis-Jacques at the University of Chicago’s D’Angelo Law Library, a link to the 2010 version of HOW TO BREAK INTO ARBITRATION: USEFUL RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS AND YOUNG PRACTITIONERS. The updated list of resources is a collaborative effort of the Georgetown International Arbitration Society and the District of Columbia Bar’s International Dispute Resolution Committee. It is introduced by Mark Kantor -- arbitrator, mediator, adjunct faculty member at Georgetown, and current chair of the DC Bar's International Dispute Resolution Committee -- who credits Cody D. Constable and Vik Kapoor of the Georgetown International Arbitration Society for “doing all the hard work” on the list.
The list includes groups (real and virtual), publications (print and electronic), moot court competitions, blogs, and newsletters, and provides a list of schools (in the U.S. and elsewhere) with post-graduate programs in arbitration and dispute resolution.