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Arbitrators as Lawmakers

By: Bentolila, Dolores.
Material type: TextTextSeries: International arbitration law library: 43.Publisher: Netherlands Kluwer Law International 2017Description: xxiv, 325 pages ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789041183545.Subject(s): Arbitration (International law) | International commercial arbitration | Arbitration (International law) | International commercial arbitrationDDC classification: 341.522 Summary: Arbitrators as lawmakers' analyses how arbitrators make rules that guide, constrain, and define the process and substance of international arbitration. Arbitral lawmaking is an emerging topic with the existing literature not providing the needed analysis of legal theory and arbitral practice. This book aims to bridge the gap by explaining the three different stages of arbitral lawmaking -- before, during, and after the rule is made: first stage is the situation of the arbitrator and the legal framework governing it; second stage is the process of lawmaking; and finally the third stage is when the consistent arbitral solution is launched to a wider public.--
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Reference 341.522 BEN.A (Browse shelf) Available SLSN-B-12847

Revision of the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, 2015.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Arbitrators as lawmakers' analyses how arbitrators make rules that guide, constrain, and define the process and substance of international arbitration. Arbitral lawmaking is an emerging topic with the existing literature not providing the needed analysis of legal theory and arbitral practice. This book aims to bridge the gap by explaining the three different stages of arbitral lawmaking -- before, during, and after the rule is made: first stage is the situation of the arbitrator and the legal framework governing it; second stage is the process of lawmaking; and finally the third stage is when the consistent arbitral solution is launched to a wider public.--

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