Dispute Management and Arbitration
The Library subscribes to various electronic resources dealing with dispute management and arbitration in different areas ranging from commercial arbitration, investment arbitration to world trade dispute settlement. This is an ever growing area of interest to the EUI community. So have a look at these specialized electronic resources if your research is in this area:
- ICC Dispute Resolution Library: articles, reports and bulletins on international arbitration issued by the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
- Investment Arbitration Reporter: an electronic news service tracking cross-border arbitrations between foreign investors and their host governments. Specialized in international arbitrations involving states and claims before international human rights courts.
- Transnational Dispute Management: recent trends in the area of arbitration and dispute management with a focus on the rapidly evolving area of investment arbitration, but also in other significant areas of international investment (such as oil, gas, energy, infrastructure, mining, utilities etc). A subscription to TDM includes access to a database of Legal and Regulatory Materials, a growing collection of: laws, regulations, contracts, guidelines, tribunal/court awards.
- WorldTradeLaw.net: includes primary source documents related to international trade law, a full-text search engine for GATT/WTO decisions, a large collection of links to other sources of information on the web, and a discussion forum. In addition, the Dispute Settlement Commentary (DSC) service is a comprehensive legal research tool for WTO dispute settlement and includes summary/analysis of all reports/arbitrations, up-to-date keyword index and a database of dispute settlement tables/statistics.
And keep in mind as well the International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration, a looseleaf publication of 5 volumes, regularly updated where you can find National Reports and Basic Legal Texts on commercial arbitration for over 80 countries all over the world. You can find these volumes in the CAS collection on the top floor of the library.