- The Duties, Rights and Powers of International Arbitrators
- José Manuel Álvarez Zárate & Gómez Katia Fach, The Duties, Rights and Powers of International Arbitrators
- Rodrigo Polanco Lazo & Valentino Desilvestro, Does an Arbitrator’s Background Influence the Outcome of an Investor-State Arbitration?
- Andrea K. Bjorklund, Are Arbitrators (Judicial) Activists?
- Kathleen Claussen, Tipping Point Challenges in International Economic Disputes
- Katia Fach Gómez, Diversity and the Principle of Independence and Impartiality in the Future Multilateral Investment Court
- Fernando Dias Simões, Hold on to Your Hat! Issue Conflicts in the Investment Court System
- Elsa Sardinha, Party-Appointed Arbitrators No More
- David L. Earnest, The Duty of Arbitrators to Delimitate between Jurisdiction and Admissibility in Investor-State Arbitration: A Developed Consensus or an Enduring Lacuna?
- Perry S. Bechky, Salini’s Nature: Arbitrators’ Duty of Jurisdictional Policing
- Joshua Karton, The International Investment Arbitrator’s Duty to Apply the Law
- Karsten Nowrot & Emily Sipiorski, Approaches to Arbitrator Intimidation in Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Impartiality, Independence, and the Challenge of Regulating Behaviour
- Catharine Titi, Investment Arbitration and the Controverted Right of the Arbitrator to Issue a Separate or Dissenting Opinion
- José Manuel Álvarez Zárate, Nineteenth Century Arbitrators’ Powers—Has There Been Any Progress to Date?
- Juan José Quintana, A Note on the Activation of the ICC’s Jurisdiction over the Crime of Aggression
- Dai Tamada, Applicability of the Excess of Power Doctrine to the ICJ and Arbitral Tribunals
- Laura Yvonne Zielinski, “You Cannot Lose What You Never Had”: The Law Applicable to Property Determinations in ICSID Arbitration
Thursday, July 5, 2018
New Issue: The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
The latest issue of The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals (Vol. 17, no. 1, 2018) is out. Contents include: