I was admitted as Visiting Researcher at the College of Law of FIU

I was recently admitted as Visiting Researcher at the College of Law of Florida International University.

I will work on a research I initiated some time ago on the origins of arbitration in Spanish America. i am delighted because the College of Law of FIU is giving me all the support I need in terms of research instruments, space and directions, to continue to find precedents and examples of how arbitration exists in Latin America since colonial times. I have found, and I hope I will continue to find, arbitration cases prior to the wars of Independence and during the XIX Century. In Venezuela I found a case in 1808 in addition to several after 1830, most notably the Bolivar sisters arbitration of 1832 that resolved a dispute over Simon Bolivar’s inheritance.

I am delighted that Professors Matthew Mirow and Manuel Gomez will guide me through this endeavor.

 

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J. Eloy Anzola

J. Eloy Anzola lives in Miami, Florida. He is dedicated to international arbitration.
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