Hogan Lovells Publications | Education Alert | 12 February 2020
Arbitration of international disputes by universities
International engagement continues to define modern higher education.
Despite recent concerns about foreign influences on United States education and research, cross-border contracts continue apace. Complex agreements with foreign governments, universities, and commercial entities are nothing new for education institutions, but greater scrutiny is now being applied to the terms and conditions of these engagements, especially in these times of heightened attention to foreign engagement.