Arbitrators teach international weekend course
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.