Vikki Rogers is the Director of the Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL) and Assistant Dean of Online Programs at Pace Law School. Her work focuses on the promotion of the commercial rule of law and access to justice by leveraging technological innovation to 1) provide high-quality educational opportunities and online legal resources and 2) facilitate the development of online dispute prevention, management and resolution systems. She is the legal architect for the new CISG Database (launching 2017). Ms. Rogers is co-chair of the Technology Committee of the Dispute Resolution Section at the ABA, and was the liaison to the ODR Working Group of the ABA Commission on the Future of the Legal Services. She advises on the development of court-annexed ODR systems, as well as incorporation of technological tools to existing programs and systems. She is currently working with the New York Unified Court System on the development of an ODR system for consumer debt cases. She was part of the United States delegation at UNCITRAL for Working Group III on Online Dispute Resolution. Ms. Rogers is an editor of the UNCITRAL CISG Digest and sits on the editorial boards for the Journal of Online Dispute Resolution, the Journal of Technology in International Arbitration, and the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation. She is also a fellow at the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution. Over the last few years Ms. Rogers has developed and now manages several online certificate programs on ADR and international commercial law at Pace. In 2013, she launched the first global online Vis pre-moot to help prepare students for the Vis Moot competition. It now runs annually, attracting over 90 teams, 200 arbitrators from over 40 countries. Professor Rogers has taught International Sales law, International Arbitration and International Arbitration Advocacy in Germany and the US and is a co-author of the 2-volume International Contract Manual (Thomson Reuters).