Prof. Susan Franck Featured on SSRN Top Ten Lists

Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck's new paper, Conflating Politics and Development? Examining Investment Treaty Arbitration Outcomes, currently appears on SSRN top ten lists in five different subject areas: Dispute Resolution, Empirical Studies, International Arbitration, International Courts & Tribunals and Treaties. The paper is forthcoming in volume 55 of the Virginia Journal of International Law. From the … Continue reading Prof. Susan Franck Featured on SSRN Top Ten Lists

Professor Shannon Publishes in Cardozo Law Review

Washington and Lee law professor Victoria Shannon published a new article in the Cardozo Law Review.  The article, Harmonizing Third-Party Litigation Funding Regulation, appears in volume 36, issue 3. Download the full article here. From the abstract: Third-party litigation funding is no longer a new phenomenon, but rather is a mainstay in global commerce and dispute resolution. … Continue reading Professor Shannon Publishes in Cardozo Law Review

Professor Susan Franck’s New Work Addresses Diversity in International Arbitration

Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck's forthcoming publication, "The Diversity Challenge: Exploring the 'Invisible College' of International Arbitration" addresses issues of diversity in international arbitration.  The article will appear in the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law in 2015. Professor Franck uses survey data from attendees at the Congress of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration … Continue reading Professor Susan Franck’s New Work Addresses Diversity in International Arbitration

Professor Susan Franck speaks at Hogan Lovells

On February 12, 2015, Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck spoke at Hogan Lovells in Washington, DC.  The event featured a lecture by ICSID Secretary-General Meg Kinnear entitled the "Next Generation of Investment Treaties and Their Impact on Investor-Dispute Settlement" and commentary by a panel of experts including Professor Franck, Michael Tracton (U.S. State Department), Horacio … Continue reading Professor Susan Franck speaks at Hogan Lovells

Professor Victoria Shannon’s Essay Featured on SSRN Top Ten Lists

Washington and Lee law professor Victoria Shannon's new essay, Third-Party Litigation Funding and the Dodd-Frank Act, has appeared on SSRN top ten lists in two subject areas: Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Alliances and Arbitration. This article questions whether the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“Dodd-Frank Act”) should apply to the growing phenomenon of third-party … Continue reading Professor Victoria Shannon’s Essay Featured on SSRN Top Ten Lists