Vanderbilt Law School
Emma White is a second-year student at Vanderbilt Law School working as a research assistant to Professor Ingrid Wuerth. She recently completed the Vanderbilt in Venice program and is an active member of the Women Law Students’ Association, Phi Delta Phi, and Legal Aid Society. Emma graduated with honors from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in History and Political Science. While at the Honors College, she worked as a student researcher and wrote her senior thesis on Cold War-era military and economic development in South Carolina.
Posts by Emma White
Transnational Litigation Anticipation: Previewing the Court’s Next Term
TLB recently recapped the Supreme Court’s transnational litigation cases from last Term. This post looks ahead to the upcoming Term, for which the Court has already granted certiorari in a personal jurisdiction case that may have implications for transnational litigation. TLB is also tracking several interesting petitions for certiorari in disputes involving the Foreign Sovereign…Continue Reading
Highlights from the Media Coverage of ZF Automotive
The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in ZF Automotive US, Inc. v. Luxshare, Ltd. has generated discussion, criticism, and approval in the transnational litigation and international arbitration communities. Writing for the Court, Justice Barrett relied on the meaning of the term “tribunal,” specifically when paired with “foreign” or “international,” to resolve a major circuit split and…Continue Reading