Insegnamenti a.a. 2021/2022
11591 LEGAL ENGLISH DRAFTING
50257 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND DIGITAL LAW
50260 DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
Catherine A. Rogers is a scholar of international arbitration and professional ethics at Bocconi University, with a dual appointment as Professor of Ethics, Regulation, and the Rule of Law at Queen Mary, University of London, where she is also Co-Director of the Institute for Ethics and Regulation.
Professor Rogers is a Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Restatement of the U.S. Law of International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration. Among other appointments, she sits on the Board of Directors of the Lagos Court of Arbitration, the International Advisory Board of the Vienna International Arbitration Centre, the Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) Academic Forum on ISDS, and the Oxford University Press Investment Claims Advisory Board. Professor Rogers co-chaired the ICCA-Queen Mary Task Force on Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration, and is the Founder and CEO of Arbitrator Intelligence, a global information aggregator and legal tech start-up that aims at improving arbitrator selection.
Professor Rogers also regularly engages in capacity-building activities to promote international dispute resolution and the rule of law in developing and emerging economies.
Aree di interesse scientifico
Professor Rogers’ scholarship focuses on the convergence of the public and private in international adjudication, the intersection of markets and regulation in guiding professional conduct, and on the reconceptualization of the attorney as a global actor.
ETHICS IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (Oxford University Press, 2014)
THE FUTURE OF INVESTMENT ARBITRATION (editor, with Roger P. Alford) (Oxford University Press, 2009)
Does International Arbitration Enhance or Enfeeble Local Legal Institutions? (with Christopher Drahozal) in EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE LEGITIMACY OF INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT TRIBUNALS
Ethics Issues in Advising and Advocating Regarding Cross-Border Contracts, INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS (forthcoming 2020, Oxford University Press)
Third-Party Funding in Investment Arbitration (with Stavros Brekoulakis) in Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy (Springer 2020)
Transparency in Arbitrator Selection, in AUSTRIAN YEARBOOK OF ARBITRATION (Kluwer, 2015)
Arbitrator Selection, Transparency and Stakeholder Interests, 46 VICTORIA U. WELLINGTON L. REV. 1179 (2015)(write up of Annual New Zealand Dispute Settlement Lecture of 2013)
Arbitrator Challenges: Too Many, or Not Enough?, in CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION: THE FORDHAM PAPERS (2014) (with Idil Tumer)
The World Is Not Enough: ethics in arbitration seen through the world of film, Arbitration International (2021), aiaa039, https://doi.org/10.1093/arbint/aiaa039.
Apparent Dichotomies, Covert Similarities; A Response to Joost Pauwelyn, 109 AJIL Unbound 294 (2016) (invited response)
International Arbitration, Judicial Education & Legal Elites, 2015 MO. J. OF DISP. RES. 71 (symposium contribution) (2015)
Third-Party Funding In International Arbitration: The ICCA Queen-Mary Task Force, AUSTRIAN YEARBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (2014) (with William W. “Rusty” Park)
Fraport v. Philippines, ICSID, and Counsel Disqualification: The Power and the Praxis: Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide v. The Republic of the Philippines, Decision on Disqualification of Counsel, 18 September 2008, (case note) JOURNAL OF WORLD INVESTMENT AND TRADE (2014) (with Alexander Wiker)
A Reply to “Hollow Spaces,” 62 BUFFALO LAW REV. 177 (2014)(invited response) (with George Bermann, Jack C. Coe and Christopher Drahozal)
The Politics of Investment Arbitrators, 12 SANTA CLARA J. INT’L L. 223 (symposium contribution) (2013)
When Bad Guys Are Wearing White Hats, 1 STANFORD J. COMPLEX LIT. 487 (symposium contribution) (2013)
Restating the U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration, 113 PENN ST. L. REV. 1333 (2009) (with George Bermann, Jack C. Coe and Christopher Drahozal)
Lawyers Without Borders, 30 U. PENN. INT’L L. REV. 1035 (2009)
The Arrival of the Have-Nots in International Commercial Arbitration, 8 NEVADA L.J. 341 (2007) (symposium contribution)
Transparency in International Commercial Arbitration, 54 KANSAS L. REV. 1301 (2006) (symposium contribution)
The Ethics of International Arbitrators, in THE LEADING ARBITRATORS’ GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (with Jeff Jeng)(2nd edition) (Juris 2014)
Transnational Litigation and Ethics, in INTERNATIONAL LITIGATION AND Strategies (with Detlev Vagts) (2nd edition) (Barton Legum, ed., 2014)
Guerilla Tactics and Ethics, in INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: ETHICS, PRACTICE AND REMEDIES (Günther Horvath and Stephan Wilske, eds., 2013)
The Restatement as “New Rules,” in CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION: THE FORDHAM PAPERS (2012)
Transnational Litigation and Ethics, in INTERNATIONAL LITIGATION AND STRATEGIES (with Detlev Vagts) (Barton Legum, ed., 2012)
Arbitrating Antitrust Claims in the United States and Europe, (with Niccolò Landi), 133-14 CONCORRENZA E MERCATO 455 (2005-06)
The Vocation of International Arbitrators, 20 AM. U.J. INT’L L. 959 (2005)
Regulating International Arbitrators: A Functional Approach to Developing Standards of Conduct, 41 STAN. INT’L L. REV. 53 (2005) (Selected for the 2004 Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Forum in the category of Law and Humanities)
Proposals to Expel Palestinians from the Occupied Territories as Catalyst for a Civil Adjudication Campaign, 7 IOWA J. GENDER RACE & JUST. 167 (2003)
Context and Institutional Structure in Attorney Discipline: Developing an Enforcement Regime for Ethics in International Arbitration, 39 STAN. INT’L L. REV. 1 (2002)
§ An earlier version, then combined with companion article Fit and Function, selected for 2001 Stanford Yale-Junior Faculty Forum in the category of Private International Law
§ Recipient, with companion article Fit and Function, of the 20th Annual CPR Professional Article Award for 2002.
Fit and Function in Legal Ethics: Developing a Code of Attorney Conduct for International Arbitration, 23 MICH. INT’L L.J. 341 (2002)
§ Reprinted in CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW ET AL., APPROPRIATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: BEYOND THE ADVERSARIAL MODEL FOR DISPUTE AND CONFLICT (2004)
Gulliver’s Troubled Travels, or The Conundrum of Comparative Law, 67 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 159 (1998) (review essay)