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Jack J. Coe Jr., Ph.D.
Professor of Law

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  • Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science, 1999
  • LL.M., University Exeter, Exeter, England, 1982
  • J.D., Loyola Marymount School of Law, 1979
  • B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 1975, with distinction

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A specialist in private international law, Professor Coe's training includes advanced studies in Europe. He received his LL.M. at Exeter, where he was a Rotary International Graduate Fellow, and holds the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law, and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He clerked for the Honorable Richard C. Allison at the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, the Hague, and now consults with governments and multinational corporations in relation to commercial and direct investment disputes under the NAFTA and Bilateral Investment Treaties. Professor Coe, a regular speaker in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, has helped organize numerous conferences and programs related to international dispute resolution. He has taught in international programs for Notre Dame and University of San Diego Law Schools. He has authored numerous articles on arbitration, private international law, and related topics and authored the books Protecting Against the Expropriation Risk in Investing Abroad (co-authored with R.C. Allison) (1993), International Commercial Arbitration-American Principles and Practice in a Global Context (1997), and NAFTA Chapter 11 Reports (ed., with Brower and Dodge) (2006).

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  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., Chapters 1 & 5 (First Tentative Draft), in RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW (THIRD) INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION (ALI 2010) . WorldCat
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., Should Mediation of Investment Disputes Be Encourage; and If So, by Whom and How?, in 3 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION: THE FORDHAM PAPERS (Arthur Rovine ed., Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2009) .
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., Settlement of Investor-state Disputes Through Mediation: Preliminary Remarks on Processes, Problems and Prospects, in ENFORCEMENT OF ARBITRAL AWARDS AGAINST SOVEREIGNS (R. Doak Bishop ed., Juris Publishers 2009) . WorldCat
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., An Examination of the Draft Award Circulation Provision of the US Model BIT of 2004, in THE FUTURE OF INVESTMENT ARBITRATION (Roger Alford & Catherine Rogers eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2009) . WorldCat
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., The Transparency Features of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, in THE IRAN-U.S. CLAIMS TRIBUNAL AT 25: THE CASES EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW FOR INTERNATIONAL AND INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION (Chris Drahozal & Chris Gibson eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2007) .
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr. & Noah Rubins, Regulating Expropriation and the Tecmed Case: Context and Contributions, in INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND ARBITRATION: LEADING CASES FROM THE ICSID, NAFTA, BILATERAL TREATIES AND CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW (Todd Weiler ed., Cameron May 2005) .
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., The Mandate of Chapter Eleven Tribunals -Jurisdiction and Related Questions, in NAFTA INVESTMENT LAW AND ARBITRATION: PAST ISSUES, CURRENT PRACTICE, FUTURE PROSPECTS (Todd Weiler ed., Transnational Pub. 2004) .
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., Metalclad -A Retrospective, in NAFTA ARBITRATION REPORTS (J.C Thomas & J.C. Mowatt eds., Cameron May 2002) .
  • Jack J. Coe, Jr., Pre-Hearing Techniques to Promote Speed and Cost-Effectiveness, in THE ARBITRATION PROCESS: COMPARATIVE LAW YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (D.Campbell ed., Kluwer Law International 2002) . WorldCat

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