Albert H. Kritzer left the international legal community on June 1, 2010, having passed on an immense legacy as a result of successful projects well ahead of his time: the work of a man fortunate enough to ally wisdom and courage with the joy of living. Professor Kritzer was one of the creators of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, the biggest competition of international arbitration in the world, held annually in Vienna, Austria.
Recommended CitationLuiz Gustavo Meira Moser, Albert H. Kritzer, the 1980 UN Convention (CISG), and the Vis Moot: An Inseparable Relationship, 24 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 258 (2012)
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