I am fascinated by the use of arbitration and the history and development of arbitration law, and I created this website to share my research.

You can send me an email at iszalai@loyno.edu.

My website at Loyola University: http://law.loyno.edu/bio/imre-szalai

My bio:

Imre Szalai graduated from Yale University, double majoring in Economics and Classical Civilizations, and he received his law degree from Columbia University, where he was named a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. After graduating from law school, Professor Szalai practiced antitrust law in New York City, and then he practiced complex commercial litigation in Miami, Florida, representing clients in high risk cases in various jurisdictions.  He joined the faculty of Loyola in 2009.

Professor Szalai’s teaching interests and scholarship focus on civil procedure and dispute resolution, particularly arbitration and the Federal Arbitration Act. His scholarship has been cited in briefs filed in the United States Supreme Court and other federal and state courts in cases involving the Federal Arbitration Act.