Decisions and Challenges After the Arbitral Proceedings - Hearing to Enforce/ Challenge Award - Act III, Scene III - WAMR 2009 Vol. 3, No. 3

Catherine A. Rogers
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20 pages
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PDF from "World Arbitration and Mediation Review (WAMR)"
December, 2011
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Catherine A. Rogers, international arbitration and
professional ethics scholar, was welcomed as a professor of
law by Penn State Dickinson in July 2008. Professor Rogers
holds a joint appointment as a professor of law at Università
Commerciale Luigi Bocconi in Milan, Italy, and is the former
Richard C. Cadwallader Professor of Law at the Louisiana
State University Law Center. Professor Rogers’ scholarship
focuses on the convergence of the public and private in
international dispute resolution, specifically as manifest in the professional
obligations of the various participants in those processes. Her scholarship is
due to be published by Oxford University Press and Juris Publishing, and has
been published by the international law journals of Stanford, Michigan, and
Berkeley, as well as by several other national and foreign law reviews. She has
been an invited speaker at dozens of national and international conferences,
symposiums, and forums, including two Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty forums.
Professor Rogers is an associate reporter for the American Law Institute’s
Restatement of the Law of International Commercial Arbitration and the
recipient of the CPR Professional Article Award. She is a member of the
American Society of International Law Task Force on Global Legal Ethics, the
Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and the
International Bar Association Task Force on Attorney Ethics in International
Arbitration. Before entering academia, Professor Rogers practiced
international litigation and arbitration in New York, Hong Kong, and San
Francisco. At Penn State Dickinson, Professor Rogers teaches International
Arbitration and Professional Responsibility.