Arbitration and the Constitution is authored by Peter B. Rutledge, a professor of Law and the Herman E. Talmadge Chair at the University of Georgia School of law. Rutledge is an internationally recognized figure in the field of international dispute resolution. The culmination of years of thinking, speaking, teaching and writing about arbitration inspired Rutledge to write Arbitration and the Constitution. Many of Rutledge’s insights into the field of arbitration and the Constitution are a result of conversations with other professors, judges, lawyers and students.
Gabrielle Gilbeau, Arbitration and the Constitution, 6 486 (2014).