Cassandra Burke Robertson, associate professor of law, recently published five articles and gave four presentations around the country.
Her published articles are: “The Inextricable Merits Problem in Personal Jurisdiction” in the U.C. Davis Law Review, “Forum Non Conveniens and the Enforcement of Foreign Judgments” with Christopher A. Whytock in the Columbia Law Review, “Forum Non Conveniens on Appeal: The Case for Interlocutory Review” in the Southwestern Journal of International Law, and “The Facebook Disruption: How Social Media May Transform Civil Litigation and Facilitate Access to Justice” in the Arkansas Law Review.
In addition, Burke Robertson served as a panelist on “Judicial Discretion and Comity” at a symposium titled “Our Courts and the World” Transnational Litigation and Civil Procedure” at Southwestern Law School and on a panel titled “More than Just ‘Likes’ and ‘Friends’: The Impact of Social Media on Civil Litigation” at University of Arkansas School of Law. She also presented before the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s International Law Section on “Recent Supreme Court Decisions Affecting Personal Jurisdiction Over Foreign Defendants” and led a Public Affairs Discussion Group session on “Outsourcing and Offshoring Legal Services.”