About the American Review of International Arbitration:
The American Review of International Arbitration (ARIA) is a quarterly law review that publishes scholarly articles, commentaries, case notes, and other works relating to international arbitration. It is one of the leading publications in the field globally and the only publication of its kind in the United States. International arbitration itself is a dynamic practice area of significant, ever-increasing importance as the need for resolving disputes grows in the expanding global economy. ARIA aims to expose Columbia students to valuable professional connections with the foremost international arbitration practitioners and the innovative issues they are focused on. Professors George Bermann, Robert Smit, and Kabir Duggal oversee the journal and are available to students on ARIA with guidance on both academic research and professional opportunities in international arbitration.
Learn more about ARIA at http://aria.law.columbia.edu/.