Wednesday, April 11, 2012

New Issue: World Arbitration and Mediation Review

The latest issue of the World Arbitration and Mediation Review (Vol. 5, no. 3, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial Comment
    • David D. Caron, The Independence and Impartiality of Legal Systems
  • Fault Lines In International Commercial Arbitration: Papers and Comments from the 8th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference
    • Lucy Reed, Introduction
    • Diane P. Wood, Keynote Address: The Quiet Convergence of Arbitration and Litigation
    • William Dodge, How National Is International Arbitration: Introduction to Session One
    • Gary Born, Arbitrability and Public Policy
    • Margaret L. Moses, Party Autonomy and Its Limits: Introduction to Session Two
    • Linda J. Silberman, The Supreme Court's Recent Perspective on Party Autonomy in Arbitration: What Does It Mean for the Proposed Ali Restatement on International Commercial Arbitration?
    • J. William Rowley & Robert Wisner, Party Autonomy and Its Discontents: The Limits Imposed by Arbitrators and by Mandatory Laws
  • Recent Events in the Americas
    • Arnoldo Wald, Comment: Nuovo Pignone v. Petromac: Amicus Curiae by the ICC Brazilian Committee