Asian International Arbitration Journal
The Asian International Arbitration Journal is the first journal to provide high level commentary applicable to arbitration throughout Asia. Published in collaboration with the Singapore International Arbitration Centre this journal will establish thought leadership on a range of issues relating to international commercial arbitration in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asian International Arbitration Journal is dedicated to the publication of well-researched articles written by experts in the field.
Key Features & Benefits
- Content of the journal includes articles, notes on awards, legislation updates and book reviews
- Delivers ‘how-to’ guidance on key concerns in arbitration practice – What should one be aware of? How to enforce arbitration decisions? How to ensure compliance?
- Provides guidance on different arbitral institutions, regulatory changes and the growing body of case law and awards in Asia
Published twice-a-year starting in August, 2005
- Volume 1 (2005)
- Volume 2 (2006)
- Volume 3 (2007)
- Volume 4 (2008)
- Volume 5 (2009)
- Volume 6 (2010)
- Volume 7 (2011)
- Volume 8 (2012)
- Volume 9 (2013)
- Volume 10 (2014)
- Volume 11 (2015)
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