Class of 2013
Note & Comment Editor, Volume 38
Staff, Volume 37
Rebecca Yang is a third-year law student from Raleigh, NC. She currently serves as a Notes and Comments Editor on the North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, and her published article was chosen as the best student piece for 2011-2012 academic year. She has formerly served as a mentor to students in the Public Interest Program and Asian American Law Students Association. Rebecca dedicated her summers pursuing public interest by conducting environmental justice research for Professor Savasta-Kennedy, and interning with a social justice organization and legal services firm. Rebecca completed her undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina (double Tar Heel!) majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in Biology. Upon graduation, she will pursue a career in public interest serving low-income clients.
The American Southeast and South Sudan: The Emergence of Environmental Factors in Transboundary Water Law
Volume 38 - Issue 1, Fall 2012, Page 233
Full Article Text
Rebecca Yang, The American Southeast and South Sudan: The Emergence of Environmental Factors in Transboundary Water Law, 38 N.C. J. Int'l & Comm. Reg. 235 (2012)
For the panel discussion “Disputes Arising from Arbitration Agreements,” Professor Christoph Henkel addressed the problem of confidentiality in international commercial arbitration, gave illustrations of how international jurisdictions approach confidentiality differently, and offered a solution for the international community’s uncertainty towards confidentiality. Henkel’s recommendations did not, however, address the practical limitations of relying solely on protective drafting. This solution inevitably results in increased transactional costs, and creates further uncertainty. Furthermore, drafting for confidentiality itself could hinder potential litigation.
| Posted by Rebecca Y. Yang on Sun. February 26, 2012 12:00 PM
Categories: Disputes from Arbitration Agreements