International commercial arbitration

  • Kluwer Arbitration Online Update

    August 31, 2018

    The Kluwer Arbitration Online database has been updated. Six new e-book titles have recently been added. Kluwer Arbitration Online covers both primary and secondary resources. The database contains the major international agreements, rules, and institutional information available in current international arbitration and investment arbitration. The database also includes case law of awards, notes, commentary, institutional rules, model clauses from leading publications, book reviews, organizations, national laws and national rules of several countries, events, newsletter, blogs, and even some submissions or interim orders under various arbitral regimes related to international arbitration and investment arbitration.

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  • PCA to host Vis Pre-Moot in March 2015

    Permanent Court of Arbitration to host Vis Pre-Moot in March 2015

    December 5, 2014

    On 16-17 March 2015, the Permanent Court of Arbitration will host practice moots to prepare students for the Twenty Second Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna from the 27 March to 2 April 2015. The practice moots will be held at the PCA’s facilities in the Peace Palace.
    PCA to host Vis Pre-Moot in March 2015

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  • Peace Palace Library Neighbours

    May 14, 2012

    Written by Lise Bosman (ICCA) “The Academy Building also houses Permanent Court of Arbitration staff members working in cooperation with the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA). ICCA is a worldwide non-governmental organisation that celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2011, and is dedicated to promoting and developing arbitration, conciliation and other forms of dispute resolution. […]

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  • International Arbitration | Research Guide International Law

    International Arbitration

    International Commercial Arbitration is a method of private dispute resolution whereby the parties to an international business contract agree to have their disputes resolved by one or more private individuals, i.e., the arbitrators rather than by a court of law.

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