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Yale Institute of International Arbitration

Formed in 2012 by Professors Daniel Markovits and Owen Fiss, the Yale Institute of International Arbitration promotes the academic study of emerging trends in the field of investment arbitration with particular concentration on cases involving Latin American countries. The Institute organizes panel discussions for practicing lawyers featuring renowned scholars. In April 2012 the presenters focused on contextualizing the growing importance of Latin America in international investment arbitration considered in terms of annulments, multi-party arbitration, and corruption or fraud. In April 2013 the focus will be shifted to the interplay of distinct, competing paradigms for international investment dispute resolution. Continuing Legal Education credit is available for participants registered with the New York Bar. For more information on the Institute or to register for our April 2 event, please contact Bradley.Hayes@yale.edu.
April 2, 2014

The Future of Investment Arbitration in Latin America - December 18, 2014

The Yale Institute of International Arbitration is pleased to announce its next breakfast roundtable. It will be held the morning of April 2, 2014, from 8 a.m. until 9:30 a.m.
March 3, 2013

Clashing Paradigms for Resolving International Investment Disputes - April 2, 2013

The recently-formed Yale Institute of International Arbitration (YIIA) will hold a breakfast roundtable discussion to be hosted at Simpson & Thacher's New York offices and simulcast to other locations from 7:45 - 9:45 am on April 2, 2013.