My research interests encompass commercial dispute resolution, international sales law, international arbitration, comparative contract law, linguistic issues in law, and sociological analysis of law. Generally, my writing explores what happens when private actors from different backgrounds—legal, cultural, and linguistic—meet in the international legal arena.
The Culture of International Arbitration and the Evolution of Contract Law (Oxford University Press 2013)
“A Conflict of Interests: Seeking a Way Forward on Publication of International Arbitral Awards” (2012) 28(3) Arbitration International 447
“Interpretation of Contracts in International Commercial Arbitration”  4, International Business Law Journal / Revue de Droit des Affaires Internationales 383
"Contract Law in International Arbitration: the Case of Suspension of Performance" (2009) 58(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 863.
"Has the CISG Advisory Council Come of Age?" (with Lorraine de Germiny) (2009) 27 Berkeley Journal of International Law 448.
"Lost in Translation: International Criminal Courts and the Legal Implications of Interpreted Testimony" (2008) 41 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1.
“Canadian Courts in the Global Jurisconsultorium” (working draft)
"International Uniform Law in Canadian Courts" (working draft)
"Recognizing a Contractual Right to Suspend Performance (working draft)
“An Exploration of the International Arbitrator’s Duty to Apply the Law” (early stages)