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A Note from the Editors-in-Chief

Welcome to ITA in Review, a new cutting-edge publication that addresses, through diverse content, key developments in the field of international and domestic dispute resolution.

Welcome to Volume 4 of ITA in Review.

Four years ago, in 2018, after much work, planning, and collaboration, the ITA completed the creation of ITA in Review as its premier online journal.  We are honored to serve as the Co-Editors-in-Chief and are truly humbled by the growth and development of ITA in Review.

As we begin publishing Volume 4, we look back at the accomplishments of the last few years and to the future of ITA in Review.  We have challenged ourselves to innovate and publish interesting, thought-provoking, and useful content which is also interactive and engaging.  We recognize the value authors place on high-quality and unbiased peer review.  That is why all of our staff, including the Assistant Editors, Executive Editors, Content Editors, and Media Editor, are practitioners in the field and keen to provide the highest standard of review, editing, and publishing.  We have implemented rigorous peer review criteria, and this will be reflected in the quality of published articles.

We are on our third generation of Assistant Editors, with the newest class joining the ranks in 2022.  Our 2022 class of Assistant Editors is a talented class which will bring energy and passion to the editorial process.  We have high expectations of them, and we know they will meet them.

We are now included in HeinOnline and available to all its subscribers.  We value the partnership with HeinOnline and hope to develop further partnerships with similar databases.

This year we are striving to publish three issues.  However, the main challenge we face is to obtain adequate content.  For this reason, we invite you to consider ITA in Review for publication of your high-quality research, articles, book reviews, videos, and/or audio.

We are excited about realizing the potential of ITA in Review and wish to express our gratitude to the ITA leadership, particularly David Winn, for their—and his—continued support as we move forward.

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Rafael T. Boza & Charles (Chip) B. Rosenberg

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About the Contributors


Rafael T. Boza is Special Counsel in the International Arbitration Group of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw and Pittman LLP.  Rafael focuses his practice on all aspects of international arbitration and dispute resolution. He also practices in transactions and corporate matters.

Rafael provides his clients with both early identification and mitigation of business risks and a successful plan of action should a dispute occur.  Since the beginning of his career, Rafael has been involved in the arbitration field as arbitrator, counsel, and publisher.  As arbitrator Rafael joined the Arbitration Center of the Lima Chamber of Commerce in 2003 and AMCHAM Peru soon thereafter.  He has conducted several ad hoc and administered arbitrations.  As counsel he has represented several clients in arbitrations.  As publisher, he has been involved with the Institute for Transnational Arbitration since 2009, where he was editor of the World Arbitration and Mediation Review—WAMR, and now is Co-Editor in Chief of ITA in Review.  As a former “mootie,” Rafael was also editor of the Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration.

Rafael attended the Universidad de Lima in Peru where he received his Bachelor in Law in Political Science and Law Degree.  He then obtained an LLM from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium and a JD from South Texas College of Law in Houston.

Prior to joining Pillsbury, Rafael served as in-house counsel in the international crane and engineered transportation services sector.  In addition to day-to-day legal operations, litigations and arbitrations, Rafael oversaw transactions, compliance, intellectual property, and employment matters, and negotiated insurance claims.  Rafael has worked in Peru, Chile, and the US as counsel for banks, governmental entities, and large corporations and has extensive experience in Latin America, including in Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela.

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Charles (Chip) B. Rosenberg is Counsel in King & Spalding’s International Arbitration practice.  He is a specialist in public international law and international arbitration, focusing on both investment treaty arbitration and international commercial arbitration. 

Chip repeatedly has been recognized as a "Future Leader" by Who’s Who Legal:  Arbitration (2017-2019), which focuses on selecting outstanding attorneys aged 45 or under.  Who's Who Legal wrote in its most recent edition (2019) that Chip is "'a brilliant writer and tactician' who peers note 'really gets it' when it comes to complex arbitration proceedings and is 'one to watch'," and described him in its inaugural edition (2017) as "hardworking and approachable."  He also repeatedly has been recognized as a "Rising Star" by DC Super Lawyers (2016-2018).

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Chip spent two years clerking for The Honorable Charles N. Brower, who was ranked the “world’s busiest arbitrator” by The American Lawyer in terms of large investment treaty and international commercial arbitrations, in London, England and at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague, The Netherlands.

Chip graduated first in his class, summa cum laude, and Order of the Coif from the American University Washington College of Law.