Society Session: Alternative Dispute Resolution Developments in Iran
JAMS SAN FRANCISCO RESOLUTION CENTER 2 Embarcadero Center, Suite 1500 San Francisco, California 94111 Noon-1:30 p.m. Lunch to be provided
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Please join us in welcoming Mr. Farshad Ghodoosi, a 2013 Weinstein JAMS Fellow who will speak about Alternative Dispute Resolution Developments in Iran.
Farshad Ghodoosi (Iran) is a doctoral candidate specializing in international arbitration at Yale Law School where his interests and areas of concentration include investment law and commercial arbitration, public international law, trade law, Middle East Law, human rights law as well as international relations theory. As part of his 2013 Weinstein JAMS Fellowship project, Mr. Ghodoosi focused on augmenting his theoretical knowledge of ADR processes with practical experience by observing arbitrations and mediations at JAMS. He hopes to publish and teach domestic and international ADR courses to bring about effective change in ADR practices in the Middle East and ultimately intends to establish an ADR Center in Iran and the Middle East region. Mr. Ghodoosi currently has papers forthcoming in the following publications: Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review, the Fordham International Law Journal as well as Yale Journal of International Law.n