Levin College of Law

Arbitrators teach international weekend course

Eduardo Palmer (JD 85) of Eduardo Palmer P.A., UF Law Professor Joan Stearns Johnsen and M. Cristina Cárdenas (JD 03) of Astigarraga Davis.

Internationally recognized practitioners in arbitration law engaged nearly 20 UF Law J.D. and LL.M. students last weekend during an intense three-day course. After panel discussions about the art of international arbitration, attorneys joined students and UF Law Professor Joan Stearns Johnsen for a reception and networking.

Panelists who appeared in the classroom were: M. Cristina Cárdenas (JD 03) and Edward M. Mullins (JD 90) of Astigarraga Davis; Angelika Hunnefeld of Greenberg Traurig; and Eduardo Palmer (JD 85) of Eduardo Palmer P.A. Speaking via remote video were: Carlos F. Concepción (JD 82) of Jones Day in Miami; Cherine Foty of Jones Day in Paris; Richard Hall of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York; Mirèze Philippe of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris; and Rashda Rana, of 6 St James’ Hall International, in London.

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Published: January 19th, 2017

Category: Academics, Alumni, News

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