The Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA) is pleased to announce the launch of a new online resource for international arbitration and dispute resolution instructors: International Dispute Resolution Resources for Legal Educators.
The Legal Educators Resources site is designed to gather, classify, and disseminate syllabi, notes, exercises, exams, and other original teaching materials prepared by international arbitration teachers from around the world. As a truly international endeavor, the collection will not be limited to materials written in English, but we also want to encourage the addition of materials written in Spanish, French, Portuguese, and perhaps other languages by teachers of international arbitration from other countries. We would like to encourage you to submit your own materials as well as reviewing the materials that are already available.
In addition to collecting syllabi and other teaching materials, we are also interested in promoting an exchange of pedagogical approaches, innovative teaching techniques and other strategies, via a dedicated listserv (ITA-LEL).
The website and the listserv are open and accessible to anyone who teaches in the area of international dispute resolution, either full or part-time.
Professor Manuel A. Gómez
Associate Dean of International and Graduate Studies
Florida International University College of Law
Miami, Florida USA
Professor S.I. Strong
Manley O. Hudson Professor of Law
University of Missouri School of Law
Columbia, Missouri USA
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