Understanding International Arbitration introduces students to the primary concepts necessary for an understanding of arbitration, making use of illustrative case examples and references to legal practice throughout.
This text offers a comprehensive overview of the subject for those new to arbitration. Making use of a unique two-part structure in each chapter, Understanding International Arbitration provides a clear and simple statement of rules, followed by detailed discussion of the ideas underlying those rules, illustrated with relevant comparative law and case examples.
Designed with students of arbitration in mind, this text provides both a clear introduction to the subject and a comprehensive course text that will support students in their preparation for exams and practical assessments.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to Arbitration
2. The Laws and Rules Applicable to Arbitration
3. The Agreement to Arbitrate
4. The Arbitral Tribunal
5. Arbitration and the Courts
6. Arbitral Proceedings
7. Arbitral Awards
8. Enforcing and Challenging an Arbitral Award
9. Consumer Arbitration
10. Online Arbitration
11. Investment Arbitration
Tony Cole is an arbitrator at JAMS and 33 Bedford Row, and is Reader in Arbitration and Investment Law at Leicester Law School.
Pietro Ortolani is an Assistant Professor of International Arbitration and Transnational Dispute Resolution at Radboud University.