Stacie Strong

Stacie Strong

Dr. Stacie Strong (published as S.I. Strong) is an Associate Professor specialising in private international law, international arbitration, international mediation and comparative law. Dr. Strong has taught at law schools around the world and has acted as a dual-qualified (England-US) practitioner with major international law firms in the UK and the US. She has also written over 130 award-winning books, articles and other works and has acted as an expert consultant to a variety of governmental, non-governmental and intergovernmental organisations. In addition to teaching at the University of Sydney, Dr. Strong acts as an arbitrator, mediator and expert in commercial, IP and trust-related matters in both the domestic and international spheres.




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Website: www.sydney.edu.au/law/about/our-people/academic-staff/stacie-strong.html

Articles and Video:

African Arbitration Association Launches The African Arbitration Atlas (02/23/21)
The African Arbitration Association has just published the African Arbitration Atlas, which constitutes a free online resource including African arbitration and a directory of African international arbitrators.

Arbitration Tips-N-Tools (TNT): Round 4 (01/25/21)
In this round of Arbitration Tips-N-Tools, Professor Amy Schmitz asks some of the leading arbitration practitioners about executing an arbitration hearing, especially in a digital world and faced with the complexities of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Arbitration Tips-N-Tools (TNT): Round 3 (01/20/21)
In this round of Arbitration Tips-N-Tools, Professor Amy Schmitz asks some of the leading arbitration practitioners about obtaining discovery in arbitration, especially in a digital world and faced with the complexities of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong Publishes Consultation Paper Allowing Contingency Fees in Arbitrations (12/17/20)
A subcommittee of the Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong has recently published a consultation paper suggesting amendments to the law in Hong Kong allowing outcome-related fee structures, i.e. contingency fees for arbitration taking place in and outside Hong Kong.

Arbitration Conversation No. 13: Prof. S.I. Strong of the University of Sydney (07/31/20)
In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Prof. S.I. Strong of the University of Sydney about trust arbitration.

Video Links and the Hague Evidence Convention – A Guide for the COVID and Post-COVID Era (07/30/20)
International arbitration practitioners can address the issue of obtaining evidence from non-compliant parties through the Hague Convention for Taking Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters, in tandem with newly released 2020 Guide to Good Practice on the Use of Video-Link under the Hague Evidence Convention.