A thorough knowledge of trial alternatives has become a must for today's practitioner. A quarterly journal published on behalf of the venerable London Court of International Arbitration Arbitration International meets the needs of lawyers and others engaged in the development and application of international arbitration as a means of international commercial dispute resolution. Arbitration International 's practical and informative content provides comprehensive coverage of the most important and controversial issues in international arbitration law. Launched in 1985 Arbitration International quickly established itself as the journal of record in the field of international commercial dispute resolution. In one easy-to-use journal Arbitration International provides both practical cutting-edge information required by the practitioner on a day-to-day basis and articles of permanent interest. Features and departments in the journal include Expert Articles: issues of importance in global commercial arbitration covering all major jurisdictions written by respected international practitioners and key arbitration experts; Up-to-the-minute Notes: current developments and matters of debate reported; Special Section: subjects of particular interest or topicality addressed; Book Reviews: practitioners kept informed of the latest publications in worldwide arbitration; and Conference Update: information provided on key arbitration events like LCIA meetings and seminars programme. Arbitration International contains over 100 pages of authoritative information per issue maintaining an appropriate balance between controversial subjects for debate and topics geared toward practical use. It enables arbitrators and practitioners of other forms of alternative dispute resolution lawyers academics judges corporate legal advisors and government officials to remain conversant in this cutting-edge arena and to access information of practical use in their fields. Arbitration International will continue to grow as a reference work of lasting value and interest.
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