Arbitration research is a hot topic among law librarians!
Check out the articles below that provide information and tips for this very specialized area of research.
Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Is KluwerArtibration the Best? (SLAW, January 2014).
In this article, the FCIL librarian at the University of Chicago discusses her most recent examination of tools available for researching the Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition problem.
International Commercial Arbitration: Electronic Research
This is a quick guide to the major electronic resources that are available to members of the HLS community for international commercial arbitration research.
Each subscription database has its own tab in the guide.
- Investor-State Law Guide
- Transnational Dispute Management
Access to these subscription databases using the links in this guide is limited to HLS affiliates with valid user credentials.
The guide also includes a section that describes some relevant free online resources.
Feedback on this guide is welcome. Please contact FCIL Librarian Jennifer Allison using the contact information to the right of this box.
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