Program Host: NYAW Organizing Committee
Conventional wisdom tells us that the cornerstone of international arbitration is party autonomy. But, how far does this autonomy extend? Are parties absolutely free to agree on anything in the name of autonomy? Are there reasonable limits posed by other stakeholders outside the parties to a dispute?
Join leading academics in international arbitration, based in New York, to explore the scope of party autonomy and its limits.
- Professor George A. Bermann, Columbia Law School
- Professor Pamela Bookman, Fordham Law School
- Professor Giuditta Cordero-Moss, University of Oslo and Visiting Professor, NYU School of Law
- Professor Franco Ferrari, NYU School of Law
- Dr. Kabir Duggal, Columbia Law School