Rose Rameau

Rose Rameau and Co-Author Awarded 2024 Mark Tushnet Prize from Association of American Law Schools

13 February, 2024

Former ArbitralWomen Board Member and Advisory Council Member Rose Rameau received the 2024 Mark Tushnet Prize at the AALS 2024 Annual Meeting in Washington DC for her recent paper, co-written with Dr. Abdul Baasit Aziz Bamba, titled “Reshaping Government’s Fiduciary Role Under the 1992 Constitution of Ghana”. The Mark Tushnet Prize in Comparative Law recognizes scholarly excellence and important contributions to comparative law by an untenured scholar at an Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Member School. Rose is a Visiting Professor of Law in international arbitration and international law at Georgia State University College of Law, a board member of the Jamaica International Arbitration Center (JAIAC), a member of the ICC Court, and a representative of Haiti to the Permanent Court of Arbitration.