“The Deflate-gate Drama: A Win for the Patriots scores a Touchdown for Arbitration,” an opinion piece by Adjunct Professor Lorraine Brenna, Law.com, Oct. 7, 2015.
B.A., Cornell; M.A.L.D., Tufts University; J.D., Suffolk University; DES, Institut des Hautes Etues, Geneva, Switzerland
Lorraine M. Brennan is an accomplished national and international dispute resolution professional. She is prominently recognized and respected for her broad range of professional experience involving complex commercial litigation, domestic and international arbitration and mediation, and her service as a distinguished global member of law school faculties from the United States to China. Ms. Brennan is a highly sought-after speaker and frequent lecturer on complex commercial dispute resolution. She is an active member in multiple organizations including ArbitralWomen (Founding Member and Past President), ICCA, the LCIA North American Users Council; the City Bar of New York, the IBA and the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (Member of Advisory Board). Ms. Brennan is one of only eight members appointed by the U.S. State Department to serve on the NAFTA 2022 Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Disputes. She is a certified Mediator. She is proficient in French with a working knowledge in Spanish.
Ms. Brennan serves as an adjunct Professor teaching International Arbitration at Georgetown Law School, and taught International Business Transactions at Cornell Law School and Shantou Law School, Guangdong, China.
"A Pregnant Pause: Using ADR to Resolve Pregnancy-Related Workplace Issues," Law.com, May 28, 2015, an article by Adjunct Professor Lorraine Brennan.
"NJCU Inaugurates School of Business Institute for Dispute Resolution," New Jersey Law Journal, May 1, 2015, mentioning Adjunct Professor Lorraine Brennan and Justice Helen Hoens, L'79 of the New Jersey Supreme Court (ret.)