Volume 30: Issue 2 (March 2020)

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

This issue comprises papers from panels presented at the 13th Fordham International Arbitration and Mediation Conference at Fordham University School of Law on November 2, 2018. The Conference was organized by Louis B. Kimmelman, Partner at Sidley Austin LLP and Adjunct Professor of Law, and by Edna Sussman, Fordham University School of Law’s Distinguished ADR Practitioner in Residence.

Louis B. Kimmelman and Edna Sussman


Keynote Address: The Impact of Cultural and National Differences on Recognised Norms in International Arbitration
Hilary Heilbron

Using Arbitration and ADR for Disputes about Personal and Non-Personal Data: What Lessons from Recent Developments in Europe?
Jacques de Werra

The “Public Policy” Exception under the New York Convention: The English Law Approach to Allegations of Illegality and Lessons to be Drawn for Conflicts with International Law Obligations
Angeline Welsh

The Singapore Convention: What Happens After the Ink Has Dried?
Nadja Alexander

Implementation of the Singapore Convention: Federalism, Self-Execution, and Private Law Treaties
Timothy Schnabel