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International Arbitration Law Review brings together all the requirements of an arbitration practitioner or academic looking at the international scene. It is a SCOPUS listed, peer-reviewed journal offering expert commentary on worldwide trends and issues from leading international authors and is managed by an editorial board and advisory board comprising internationally recognised experts and specialists from academia and practice.
The journal offers coverage of legal trends and developments in arbitration from around the world, including in depth commentary and analysis of arbitration related cases in State courts, significant changes in legislation and developments in arbitral practice.
International Arbitration Law Review is also available on Westlaw UK and was read almost 7,000 times in 2022.
Top 10 articles on Westlaw 2021-2023 (abstracts of each article can be found on the 'Sample Issue' tab):
- 1.How to determine the law governing an arbitration agreement: direction from the UK Supreme Court Int. A.L.R. 2021, 24(1), 28-36
- 2.Approaches to arbitrator bias among national courts: a response to Halliburton v Chubb Int. A.L.R. 2021, 24(2), 93-103
- 3.A balancing act: section 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996 Int. A.L.R. 2018, 21(1), 18-31
- 4.The law applicable to international arbitration agreements: the English Court of Appeal departs from Sulamerica Int. A.L.R. 2020, 23(3), 193-198
- 5.Ready, set, reform? The future of sports arbitration Int. A.L.R. 2020, 23(3), 199-211
- 6.The English law approach to arbitrability of disputes Int. A.L.R. 2016, 19(6), 155-167
- 7.Principles for res judicata in international commercial arbitration Int. A.L.R. 2021, 24(3), 181-207
- 8.The impartiality and independence of arbitrators reconsidered Int. A.L.R. 2007, 10(4), 124-135
- 9.Non-discretionary arbitrator disclosure obligations in international commercial arbitration: a path forward? Int. A.L.R. 2021, 24(3), 208-230
- 10.Transplanting public policy: from arbitration to mediation Int. A.L.R. 2021, 24(1), 1-27
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Beechey Arbitration, Hong Kong
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International Council for Commercial Arbitration, New Delhi
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University of Leuven, Belgium
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International Commercial Arbitration Court, Moscow
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Abstract 5 Ready set reformAbstract 1 How to determine the governing lawAbstract 9 Non-discretionary arbitrator disclosure obligationsAbstract 4 The law applicable internationalAbstract 10 Transplanting public policyAbstract 8 Impartiality and independenceAbstract 2 Approaches to arbitrator biasAbstract 3 A balancing actAbstract 7 Principles for res judicataInternational Arbitration Law Review Sample IssueAbstract 6 The English law approach
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