Institute Lectures: International Arbitration Institute

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Lectures & Events

April 6, 2017 - Q & A with the Honorable Herbert Stern

February 9, 2017 - “The Empire Strikes Back: The Struggles to Reshape Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS)” featuring W. Michael Reisman, the Myres S. McDougal Professor of International Law at Yale Law School. 


September 18, 2016 - Marike Paulsson book launch and discussion of The 1958 New York Convention in Action




April 14, 2016 - Professor Jonathan C. Hamilton lectures on "Solving the Unsolvable: Sovereign Negotiations Across the Americas"

March 1, 2016 – Professor Jan Paulsson served as the Head of Jury Committee that selected the recipient of the Isa Award for Service to Humanity.

February 26, 2016 – Arbitration LL.M. students, Jason Duey and Alejandro Alvarez, and Faculty attended the Florida Bar International Litigation Arbitration & Transactions (ILAT) Conference

February 17, 2016International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) & Miami Law International Arbitration Institute held New York Convention Roadshow at the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica, featuring Professor Jan Paulsson and Director of the Institute, Marike Paulsson with about 70 judges, judges-in-training and lawyers in attendance. The Roadshow focused on the proper appellation of the New York Convention in Costa Rica and established a platform for lawyers and judges to interact.

February 17, 2016“Jan Paulsson and the Idea of Arbitration” – discussion held at the University of Costa Rica with the support of the International Chamber of Commerce and Costa Rica Young Arbitrators for law students and professionals interested in arbitration. The panel was comprised of Professor Jan Paulsson, Marike Paulsson, Julieta Ovalle, Francisco Gonzalez de Cossio and Dyala Jimenez

February 15 - 16, 2016 – Miami Law International Arbitration Institute’s presence at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Conference in Costa Rica:

Martin Hunter
February 8, 2016:
Professor Martin Hunter panel and book launch.




October 31, 2015: Young Arbitrators Forum of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC YAF) with Miami Law International Arbitration Institute Roundtable - Arbitrator Bias v. Judicial Bias featuring Marike Paulsson, Judge Jordan, Judge Walsh, former Chief Justice Farina and ICC’s deputy Secretary General Jose Ricardo Feris.

April 20, 2015 - Miami Law’s International Arbitration Institute lecture presented by Dr. N.L. Mitra, Chancellor of KIIT. In his lecture, Dr. Mitra addressed the present state of International Arbitration in India.  

Carolyn Lamm
April 17, 2015: Carolyn Lamm with White & Case LLP in Washington D.C. on "Can Process Make up for Distrust in International Arbitration?" Watch lecture on the Young ICCA website. (This inaugural lecture was nominated for Best Speech Award by Global Arbitration Review (GAR). in February 2016.)



 

April 1, 2015:  Stephen M. Schwebel, former U.S. judge and president of the International Court of Justice, on "The High Tide of International Adjudication and Arbitration," held at the University of Miami School of Law.

 

 

 

February 12, 2015: V.V. Veeder lecture on "What Makes or Unmakes a Place of International Arbitration?" at Hogan Lovells, Miami.

 

 

September 3, 2014 : A Conversation with Jan Paulsson and Jonathan Hamilton on Professor Paulsson's book, The Idea of Arbitration, at White & Case LLP in Miami.

CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Miami School of Law
International Arbitration Institute
1311 Miller Drive, Room G345
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Phone number: (305) 284 1965

E-MAIL:
Marike Paulsson mpaulsson@law.miami.edu
Arlene Buchanan abuchanan@law.miami.edu

BROCHURE

 

LEADERSHIP

The Institute is led by renowned faculty and practitioners:

Jan Paulsson

Professor Jan Paulsson holds the Michael Klein Distinguished Chair and is the Faculty Chair of the International Arbitration LL.M. A world leader in the field, Professor Paulsson has participated as counsel or arbitrator in over 700 arbitrations in Europe, Asia, the United States and Africa.

Carolyn Lamm

Visiting Professor Carolyn Lamm is a partner and litigator in White & Case's Washington D.C. office and is a prominent practitioner in international arbitration and dispute resolution, trade matters and cross-border commercial federal court litigation. She is involved primarily in the representation of foreign corporate clients and foreign sovereigns.

Marike Paulsson

Marike Paulsson is director of the University of Miami School of Law’s International Arbitration Institute and a Lecturer in Law. She is a former counsel at Hanotiau & van den Berg in Brussels, Belgium. She has authored numerous publications on international arbitration and the 1958 New York Convention.
 

CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Miami School of Law
International Arbitration Institute
1311 Miller Drive, Room G345
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Phone number: (305) 284 1965

E-MAIL:
Marike Paulsson mpaulsson@law.miami.edu
Arlene Buchanan abuchanan@law.miami.edu

BROCHURE

 

LEADERSHIP

The Institute is led by renowned faculty and practitioners:

Jan Paulsson

Professor Jan Paulsson holds the Michael Klein Distinguished Chair and is the Faculty Chair of the International Arbitration LL.M. A world leader in the field, Professor Paulsson has participated as counsel or arbitrator in over 700 arbitrations in Europe, Asia, the United States and Africa.

Carolyn Lamm

Visiting Professor Carolyn Lamm is a partner and litigator in White & Case's Washington D.C. office and is a prominent practitioner in international arbitration and dispute resolution, trade matters and cross-border commercial federal court litigation. She is involved primarily in the representation of foreign corporate clients and foreign sovereigns.

Marike Paulsson

Marike Paulsson is director of the University of Miami School of Law’s International Arbitration Institute and a Lecturer in Law. She is a former counsel at Hanotiau & van den Berg in Brussels, Belgium. She has authored numerous publications on international arbitration and the 1958 New York Convention.