American Diversity in International Arbitration: A New Arbitration Story or Evidence of Things Not Seen
ADR; access to justice
This Essay suggests that the unseen presence of blacks and other underrepresented groups (such as women, minorities, LGBTQ individuals, and persons with disabilities) in the shadows of the development of international arbitration law in the United States helps us to see that diversity, while unrecognized, has been inherent in American international arbitration for hundreds of years.
Benjamin G. Davis,
American Diversity in International Arbitration: A New Arbitration Story or Evidence of Things Not Seen,
88 Fordham L. Rev. 2143
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol88/iss6/3