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The University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (Volume 30, Number 4) has recently published a symposium in celebration of its anniversary.  Private international lawyers will be interested in the following contributions:

International Litigation and Arbitration

  • Gary Born, The Principle of Judicial Non-Interference in International Arbitral Proceedings
  • Catherine A. Rogers, Lawyers Without Borders
  • David J. McLean, Toward a New International Dispute Resolution Paradigm: Assessing the Congruent Evolution of Globalization and International Arbitration
  • Jonathan C. Hamilton, Three Decades of Latin American Commercial Arbitration

Private International Law

  • David P. Stewart, Private International Law: A Dynamic and Developing Field

Stewart’s article, in particular, provides an excellent overview of the field from the perspective of a US lawyer.