UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. –Professor Catherine A. Rogers, the Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, presented a talk entitled “Ethics in Arbitration: Arbitrators, Counsel, and Expert Witnesses” at the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law on May 12. The event was organized by Patricia Shaughnessy, a professor at the University of Stockholm, director of its LL.M. program, and a board member of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – International arbitration expert Professor Catherine A. Rogers, the Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, spoke at the Inaugural Judith O. Hollinger Program Alternative Dispute Resolution Symposium at the University of California Gould School of Law on April 15.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State Law Willem C. Vis Moot Court Competition Team advanced further than any prior Penn State team by reaching the Round of 32 at the 23rd annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition in Vienna last month.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State Law professor Catherine Rogers convened the inaugural Detlev F. Vagts Annual ASIL Roundtable on Transnational Law at the 110th meeting of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) on April 1 in Washington, D.C.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Leading arbitration practitioners and scholars from around the world gathered in Washington, D.C., on March 11 for a discussion on “The Future of International Arbitration in Africa” at the third annual Penn State International Arbitration Day.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Professor Catherine A. Rogers, the Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, is speaking in New York City on March 8 as part of a panel discussion on the enforcement of arbitral awards under international law.
'The American Lawyer': Professor Rogers' Arbitrator Intelligence project promoting global arbitrator diversity
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – In its biennial “Arbitration Scorecard,” The American Lawyer calls Penn State Law professor Catherine A. Rogers’ Arbitrator Intelligence project, an “immediate and market-friendly way to promote the diversity of decision-makers in all global arbitration.”
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The inaugural issue of the Journal of Technology in International Arbitration includes an interview with Penn State Law professor Catherine Rogers regarding her role as the founder and director of Arbitrator Intelligence, an interactive online resource to improve access to information in international arbitration.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The membership of the American Law Institute (ALI) this month approved Chapter Two of the Restatement of the Law, The U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration at the organization’s 92nd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Catherine Rogers, professor of law and Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, is one of four reporters for the international arbitration Restatement, and has been working on the project for approximately six years.