Before joining the Law School in 2016, Katherine Simpson was a visiting professor at the University of Bucharest. There, she designed and taught comparative and cross-cultural courses on international dispute resolution and on evidence and document production in international arbitration. Professor Simpson taught legal research, analysis, writing, and advocacy at the University of Cologne. In addition to teaching, Professor Simpson is an independent dispute resolution professional whose work focuses on international arbitration. She holds AB and MA degrees in political science from Ohio University, a master's in European studies from the University of Bonn, a JD from the University of Baltimore School of Law, and her LLM and doctor of juridical sciences (Dr. iur.) degrees from the University of Cologne. She is fluent in German.
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