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International Commercial Arbitration

Background Reading and Textbooks

Articles:

"Research in International Commercial Arbitration:  Special Skills, Special Sources,” 20 The American Review of International Arbitration 119 (2009) 

Research Guides

Use library research guides to find sources and background for your research. Some of the guides on international commercial arbitration are:

Research guides from other law libraries may include treatises and databases not available at Emory, and links to subscription resources from other schools will not work. Check the list of Emory Law Library databases and the Emory Libraries catalog to see if resources are available. 

Study Aids

Study aids and hornbooks on reserve at the Service Desk and in the West Academic online collection include:

Current Awareness Sources

The Kluwer Arbitration database includes an arbitration blog, ITA Report, and other journals and arbitration news sources. The Kluwer Arbitration Blog is also available free without logging into the database.

LAW360 includes news on International Arbitration. LAW360 new stories include some attached documents like complaints and orders. LAW360 is also available to search on Lexis. Lexis also has Mealey's Litigation Report for International Arbitration. 

Westlaw International Arbitration Materials have current awareness sources including journals, press releases, UK and EU publications, and UK case transcripts. 

Blogs that include some news and new cases and awards on international commercial arbitration:

News stories on international arbitration can sometimes be found in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Find instructions for setting up digital access in the library's research guides

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