Context and Institutional Structure in Attorney Regulation: Constructing an Enforcement Regime for International Arbitration

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Catherine A. Rogers

Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law; CCLS, Queen Mary University of London

Date Written: 2002

Abstract

The question that looms large over the future of international arbitration is: How much should states yield to the international arbitration system? This Article attempts to answer the question as it applies to the specific context of regulating attorney conduct.

Suggested Citation

Rogers, Catherine A., Context and Institutional Structure in Attorney Regulation: Constructing an Enforcement Regime for International Arbitration (2002). Penn State Law Research Paper, Forthcoming; Stanford Journal of International Law Vol. 39, No. 1. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2748784

Catherine A. Rogers (Contact Author)

Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law ( email )

Lewis Katz Building
University Park, PA 16802
United States

CCLS, Queen Mary University of London ( email )

Charterhouse Square
London, EC1M 6AX
United Kingdom

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