EDITION 27

EDITION 27

OCTOBER 2017
  • INTRODUCTION - THE KEY TO IMPROVING ARBITRATOR DIVERSITY? MORE INFORMATION, by Catherine A. Rogers
  • YAWP – EMBRACING DIVERSITY AND YOUNG TALENTS TO BUILD THE NEW GENERATION OF ARBITRATION PRACTITIONERS, by Kate Brown de Vejar, Katie Hyman, Yoko Maeda, Melissa Magliana, Annabelle Möckesch, Claire Morel de Westgaver, Gabrielle Nater-Bass and Ema Vidak Gojkovic
  • GENDER DIVERSITY: DON´T COUNT YOUR CHICKEN BEFORE LUNCH, by Anne-Sophie Besançon
  • BREACH OF STABILIZATION CLAUSES: WHAT REMEDY IS AVAILABLE FOR INVESTOR, by Krystyna Khripkova
  • BRIEF OBSERVATIONS ON FEMINISM AND INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION, by Manel Chibane
  • GENERAL LEGISLATION AND LEGITIMATE INVESTOR EXPECTATION, by Payel Mazumdar
  • RECENT DYNAMICS OF UNCITRAL FROM AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: an incremental protagonist role through the European Union and the United Nations System, by Munia El Harti Alonso
  • AD HOC ADMISSION OF FOREIGN COUNSEL IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION – RELATED JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS, by Mariana França Gouveia and Ana Coimbra Trigo
  • TRANSPARENCY AND WOMEN ARBITRATORS: A TECTONIC SHIFT IN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, by Veronica Sandler
  • THE ROLE OF THE COURTS IN SUPPORTING ARBITRATION IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA – OVERVIEW OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND LEGAL PRACTICE by Nevena Jevremovíc
  • EXCLUSION OF LEGAL COUNSEL IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION, by Tea Blakaj
  • CHOICE OF LAW OF AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS & THE PATH AHEAD, by Brunda Karanam
  • IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON ARBITRABILITY, VALIDITY OF ARBITRATION AGREEMENT AND STANDARD OF PROOF, by Derya Gürzumar
  • INTERPRETATION OF THE OFFER TO ARBITRATE EXPRESSED IN NATIONAL FOREIGN INVESTMENT LAW, by Tatiana Lisboa Padrão
  • ON THE UTILITY OF A CODE OF ETHICS FOR REGULATING THE CONDUCT OF COUNSELS IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION, by Filipa Duarte Gonçalves
  • ARBITRATION – THE METHOD OF CHOICE IN INSURANCE INDUSTRY, by Katica Tomic

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