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International Arbitration Law Review

International Arbitration Law Review
Practice Area: Arbitration
Product ID: 1367-82BV
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: David Holloway
Subscription Information: 4 Issues a year, Any Time Start
Format: Journal, Hardback
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International Arbitration Law Review brings together all the requirements of an arbitration practitioner or academic looking at the international scene. It is a SCOPUS listed, peer-reviewed journal offering expert commentary on worldwide trends and issues from leading international authors and is managed by an editorial board and advisory board comprising internationally recognised experts and specialists from academia and practice.

The journal offers coverage of legal trends and developments in arbitration from around the world, including in depth commentary and analysis of arbitration related cases in State courts, significant changes in legislation and developments in arbitral practice.

Topics included in upcoming issues will include
  • Developments in commercial and investment arbitration
  • Changes to arbitral practice resulting from the covid pandemic
  • Synergies between arbitration and mediation
  • Ethics in international arbitration
  • Public policy issues as they relate to commercial and investment arbitration
  • Legal changes and rule changes in key arbitral jurisdictions and institutions


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CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Guidelines for Contributors
  • The Editorial Board welcomes the submission of articles which break new ground on legal issues, provide an in-depth discussion of current developments and timely issues, or survey the law in a particular jurisdiction.
  • Material to be considered for publication by the Editorial Board should be emailed, with attachments in Word, to the Article Coordinator Jen Martyres: jen.martyres@gmail.com
  • Contributions are welcome under one of the following headings:
    • Articles: Lengthy, discursive pieces written by respected international practitioners and scholars, supported by references in footnotes. 7,000-12,000 words.
    • Opinions: Punchy, topical, opinionated pieces often expressing a radical or controversial view. 3,000-5,000 words.
    • Comments: Focus on a specific, yet significant, topic (usually an individual case, but could also be a Bill, Act or even section of an Act) explaining why this is of relevance both to their jurisdiction and internationally. Usually more factual than an article but with some degree of analysis and evaluation. 3,000-5,000 words.
  • The Editors do not normally consider student theses or dissertations unless the same have been revised and are presented in a form and length that is appropriate for an article. 
  • Except in special circumstances, the Editorial Board will not consider articles published or to be published elsewhere. Authors are asked to confirm that their typescript is not and will not be so published, or to explain the relevant circumstances.
  • Contributions should be submitted in final form. Title and author should be clearly indicated together with an Abstract of between 100-200 words and a brief personal description (max. 50 words) that the author would wish to see appear.
  • Authors are asked to use the approved form of citation of legal materials common in their own country.
  • We operate a blind peer review process. Contributions are reviewed by at least one member of the Editorial Board and authors notified of the outcome under the following terms: accepted for publication; returned for revision; or rejected. We aim to complete the peer review within 8 weeks of receiving a submission. 
  • Successful contributions will be scheduled for publication and authors will receive a proof prior to publication. Nb. only minor corrections can be made at proof stage, subject to the publishing schedule.
  • Authors will receive a complimentary copy of the issue in which their contribution appears.
  • The citation for the journal is in the following style: [2018] Int. A.L.R. 000.

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

General Editor
DAVID HOLLOWAY
Barrister and Arbitrator, Outer Temple Chambers, London, Dubai, Abu Dhabi
Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Birmingham

Editorial Board
NAVIN G. AHUJA
Thomson Reuters, Singapore

MARIE BERARD
Clifford Chance LLP, London

STEPHEN BURKE
Baker Botts LLP, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

NEIL DOWERS
Barrister, 4 Pump Court, London

NORAH GALLAGHER
Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London

CAMPBELL HERBERT
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Hong Kong

PROF. DR. ANDRE JANSSEN
Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

INNHWA KWON
Vienna

LEONARDO V.P. DE OLIVEIRA
Lecturer in Law, Royal Holloway, University of London

TOBIAS A. STRECKER
Berlin

DR HONG-LIN YU
Reader in Law, University of Stirling

Senior Advisory Board
JOHN BEECHEY CBE
BeecheyArbitration, Hong Kong

MATTHIEU DE BOISSESON
Littleton Chambers, London

EMMANUEL GAILLARD
Shearman & Sterling, Paris

PROFESSOR MARTIN HUNTER
Barrister, London

SIGVARD JARVIN
Paris

NEIL KAPLAN QC
Hong Kong

PROFESSOR DR RICHARD H. KREINDLER
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Frankfurt and New York

DR STEFAN KRÖLL
Cologne

CAROLYN B. LAMM
White & Case LLP, Washington

PROFESSOR VAUGHAN LOWE QC
Emeritus Chichele Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford

PROFESSOR JULIAN LEW QC
20 Essex Street Chambers, London

FALI S. NARIMAN
International Council for Commercial Arbitration, New Delhi

CONSTANTINE PARTASIDES QC
Three Crowns LLP, London

NIGEL RAWDING
Freshfields, London

ALAN REDFERN
Barrister, London

DAVID RIVKIN
Debevoise & Plimpton, New York

AUDLEY SHEPPARD QC
Clifford Chance, London

MATTHIAS SCHERER
Lalive & Partners, Geneva

LAURENCE SHORE
Bonelli Erede Pappalardo, Milan

PROFESSOR HANS VAN HOUTTE
University of Leuven, Belgium

DAVID A.R. WILLIAMS QC
Barrister, Bankside Chambers, Auckland

PROFESSOR IVAN ZYKIN
International Commercial Arbitration Court, Moscow

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

All Calendar Year and Any Time Start (ATS) subscriptions are subject to a continuous subscription agreement. This means that your subscriptions will automatically renew in future years, unless you tell us otherwise.

Before each renewal period we will send you an annual subscription statement to enable you to review your subscriptions. You must tell us about any changes within 30 days of the subscription statement date after which you will be invoiced and your subscription(s) will continue for a further year.
 
4 issues per annum.
 

INDEXING & ABSTRACTING SERVICES

International Arbitration Law Review is included in the following indexing and abstracting services:
  • Legal Journals Index on Westlaw UK
  • Articles Index from Lawtel
  • Scopus
 

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CONTACT US

General Editor
David Holloway
Email: d.holloway@bham.ac.uk
 
Publishing Editor
Amanda Strange
Thomson Reuters
6th Floor
5 Canada Square
Canary Wharf
London
E14 5AQ

Article Coordinator
Jennifer Martyres
Email: jen.martyres@gmail.com
 

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