2016, Dispute Resolution Beyond the State

2016, Dispute Resolution Beyond the State

February 2   International commercial arbitration

Emmanuel Gaillard, Head of Shearman & Sterling’s International Arbitration Practice

Yas Banifatemi, Head of Shearman & Sterling’s Public International Law Practice

Emily Erikson, Yale Department of Sociology 


Emily Erikson & Sampsa Samila, Networks, Institutions, and Encounters: Information Flow in Early-Modern Markets

Emmanuel Gaillard, Sociology of International Arbitration, 31 Arbitration International 1 (2015)

February 9   International investment arbitration

Jan Paulsson, University of Miami Law School; Founder and Partner, Three Crowns LLP

Diane Desierto, University of Hawaii Law School


Jan Paulsson, The Power of States to Make Meaningful Primises to Foreigners, Journal of Int'l Dispute Settlement, vol. 1, no. 2 (2010)

Jan Paulsson, The Pyramids Case, in Collected Courses of the International Academy for Arbitration Law, vol. 1, at 1 (2012)

Diane Desierto, Rawlsian Fairness and International Arbitration, 36 U. Pa. J. Int'l L. 939 (2015)

February 16   Transnational public health cooperation

Amy Kapczynski, Yale Law School

Dr. Nancy Cox, former Chief, Influenza Division, CDC


Nancy Cox, The Public Health Importance of Timely Sharing of Sequence Data (slide deck)

Abigail Deshman, Horizontal Review between International Organizations: Why, How, and Who Cares about Corporate Regulatory Capture, 22 European Journal of International Law 1089 (2011)

Dormitzer et al, Synthetic Generation of Influenza Vaccine Viruses for Rapid Response to Pandemics  (only Introduction and Discussion)

David P. Fidler, Influenza Virus Samples, International Law, and Global Health Diplomacy, Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol. 14(1) (2008)

David P. Fidler, Negotiating Equitable Access to Influenza Vaccines, PLOS Medicine, vol. 7 (2010)

Lawrence O. Gostin et al, Virus Sharing, Genetic Sequencing, and Global Health Security, Science, vol. 345 (2014)

M.E. Kitler et al, Influenza and the work of the World Health Organization, Vaccine 20 (2002)

Nagoya Protocol

Sedyaningsih et al, Towards Mutual Trust, Transparency and Equity in Virus Sharing Mechanism: The Avian Influenza Case of Indonesia

Special Session of the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Advisory Group (2015)

February 23   The role of business elites in negotiating the end of apartheid

Michael Young, Chairman, Michael Young Associates

Ian Shapiro, Yale Department of Political Science 


Ian Shapiro & Itumeleng Makgetla, Business and the South African Transition

Michael Young, Facilitation in the Public and Private Sectors, from Ireland to Israel

March 1   The legitimation of human rights

Sam Moyn, Harvard Law School

Iain Levine, Deputy Executive Director, Human Rights Watch


Sam Moyn, Human Rights and the Crisis of Liberalism






March 8   The resource curse and enforcement without physical force

Leif Wenar, Kings College London, Philosophy and Law

Oona Hathaway, Yale Law School

Scott Shapiro, Yale Law School


Oona Hathaway & Scott Shapiro, Outcasting: Enforcement in Domestic and International Law, 121 Yale L.J. 252 (2011)

Excerpts from Leif Wenar, Blood Oil: Tyrants, Violence, and the Rules that Run the World (2015)

April 5   Consumer dispute resolution inside the corporation

Tom Tyler, Yale Law School

Colin Rule, Cofounder and Chief Operating Officer, Modria

April 12   Peace processes

Philip Bobbitt, Columbia Law School

Catherine Ashton, Member of the House of Lords and former High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

April 19   Conflict Management in Universities

Jonathan Holloway, Dean, Yale College and Professor, African American Studies, History, and American Studies

Mary Rowe, MIT Sloan School of Management and former Ombudsperson, MIT

Susan Silbey, MIT Anthropology Department