VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3: EDITOR'S CORNER
This third issue of the Report focuses on legal and policy matters surrounding arbitration. Disputants with a wide array of conflict types may elect arbitration as their resolution mechanism; as such, the concerns about arbitration are equally varied. I selected the articles in this issue to highlight a few of these discussions—namely, diverse interpretations of domestic arbitration statutes (The Roberts Court vs. The Regulators and Case Summary), the effectiveness of international land dispute arbitrations (Student Spotlight), and allegations of the claim-suppressing nature of pre-dispute arbitration clauses (Article Summary).
The Report always welcomes feedback and suggestions for improvement. If you, the reader, have a topic, article, or case that you would like to see the Report include, please email me. Additionally, if you would like to submit a paper for the Lead Article feature, please contact me so that we may discuss that opportunity.
Lastly, I will note that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the publication schedule for the Report has been delayed this semester. Please pardon this change, and you may expect the fourth and final installment of Volume 10 in mid-May.
Thank you for reading!
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