Section Description Provided by Instructor
- See Rule 1.11 for a description of point credits that may be earned by work for a journal. Up to two (2) points may be earned for work on an editorial board; a third point may be earned for a note published in a Columbia Law School journal. All points count toward the 18 non-class points allowed for J.D. credit (see Rule 1.1).
- LL.M.s may not earn writing or academic credit for journal participation.
- Section 1 indicates participation in the journal (0 pts)
- Section 2 indicates editorial board (1 pt)
- Section 3 indicates note publication (1 pt)
The American Review of International Arbitration is a quarterly law review that publishes scholarly articles, commentaries on recent developments, case notes, and other materials relating to international commercial arbitration. It is the only publication of its kind in the United States, and also one of the leading publications in the field internationally. International commercial arbitration itself is a practice area of significant, ever-increasing importance due to the need for resolving commercial disputes in the expanding global economy.
ARIA student editors will gain familiarity with international commercial arbitration as they complete the journal's requirements for cite-checking, editing and proof-reading. Most importantly, we encourage our students to write a student note. ARIA offers its student editors the opportunity to be directly supervised in their work by a managing editor who is an experienced lawyer. ARIA also offers to its student editors the possibility of serving as Senior Student Editors during the third year of law school.
Method of Evaluation
J.D. Writing Credit
Learning Outcome Goals
No learning outcome goals have been provided.