Improving Diversity in Arbitration –
An Online Colloquium

On November 2-3, 2021 Arbitrate.com and Texas A&M University School of Law hosted a special two-day event focused on improving diversity in US domestic and international arbitration.

Day One: International Arbitration

Tuesday. November 2nd, 2021 – 1pm-2:30pm Pacific / 3pm-4:30pm Central
Moderator: Colin Rule, CEO, Arbitrate.com

Panelists:

(Full transcript available here)

Day Two: US Domestic Arbitration

Wednesday. November 3rd, 2021, 12pm-1:30pm Pacific / 2pm-3:30pm Central
Moderator: Prof. Amy Schmitz, University of Missouri Law School

Panelists:

(Full transcript available here)

Sponsors and Supporters

Texas A&M University School of Law, Ohio State University Moritz Law School, Stanford Law School, Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Arbitrate.com

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