Saturday, December 17, 2016

New Issue: Contemporary Asia Arbitration Journal

The latest issue of Contemporary Asia Arbitration Journal (Vol. 9, no. 2, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Language and Linguistic Challenges in International Arbitration and Mediation
    • Tsai-yu Lin, Forward to the Special Issue on “Language and Linguistic Challenges in International Arbitration and Mediation”
    • Stephan Wilske, Linguistic and Language Issues in International Arbitration─Problems, Pitfalls and Paranoia
    • Chang-fa Lo, Beyond Semantics and Semiotics─Arguing for a Clearer Set of Arbitration Rules on the Issues of Translation and Language Interpreting
    • Joshua Karton, Reducing the Impact of Mistranslated Testimony in International Arbitral Hearings
    • Rajesh Sharma, Is There Any Role for Linguists Among Lawyers in Arbitration?
    • Sally A. Harpole, Language in Arbitration Procedure: A Practical Approach for International Commercial Arbitration
    • Alexandra Carter & Shawn Watts, The Role of Language Interpretation in Providing a Quality Mediation Process