In the News
- Global Arbitration Review
Global Arbitration Review, a leading journal focused on international public and private arbitration, featured research by Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck in a recent article examining potential bias against developing nations in investment treaty arbitration.
Law School News about Professor Franck
- W&L Law School Joins Worldwide International Investment Law Network
Earlier this month, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and 15 Law Schools from six continents jointly launched a global academic network to discuss and exchange the most recent scholarly thinking on international investment law and economic development.
- UN World Investment Report Cites Law School Symposium
The World Investment Report 2010, the flagship annual publication of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Division of Investment and Enterprise, discusses an international law conference held at Washington and Lee this past spring.
- Susan Franck Presents Research for French Arbitration Commission
Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck will present her research on rationalizing investment treaty arbitration costs at an event sponsored by the French Commission on Arbitration.
- International Investment Disputes Focus of Washington and Lee and United Nations Joint Conference
On March 29, academics, governments, practitioners, investors, and representatives from organizations around the world will meet at Washington and Lee University School of Law for a symposium to explore the prevention and efficient management of investment treaty disputes.
- Law Professor Offers Expert Testimony at United Nations Conference
Susan D. Franck, associate professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law and an expert in international economic law and dispute resolution, will present expert evidence this February at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva, Switzerland.