The Model Law Approach to International Commercial Arbitration

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The Model Law Approach to International Commercial Arbitration

A Primer

9781802203721 Edward Elgar Publishing
Mark Campbell, University of Bristol Law School, UK
Publication Date: 2024 ISBN: 978 1 80220 372 1 Extent: 184 pp
Taking the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration as its basis, this concise and accessible book presents a cutting-edge account of the international arbitral process. Applying a chronological approach, the book will enable readers to gain an understanding of the arbitral process from start to finish.

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Taking the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration as its basis, this concise and accessible book presents a cutting-edge account of the international arbitral process. Applying a chronological approach, the book will enable readers to gain an understanding of the arbitral process from start to finish.

Chapters explore key topics including the general structure of international commercial arbitration, the Model Law, arbitration agreements, the arbitral tribunal, the conduct of arbitral proceedings, and challenges to and enforcement of arbitral awards. The book also highlights key underlying principles in international arbitration such as party autonomy, the finality of awards and the need to limit court intervention. It also examines the harmonising aim of the Model Law, demonstrating how it acts as a blueprint for legislation on international commercial arbitration, and ties in relevant case law to give a holistic picture of international commercial arbitration in action.

This book will prove indispensable to academics and students of international commercial law, arbitration and dispute resolution, who are seeking clarity on the legal framework governing the arbitral process. Legal practitioners will similarly benefit from this clear and concise guide to the application of the Model Law.
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‘This book introduces and explains essential features of international arbitration such as minimal court interference, separability, party autonomy, equal treatment, and impartiality. The book is well constructed and easy to read, readers will come away with a clear understanding of arbitration under the Model Law regime - providing a good basis for further study of local differences.’
– Neil Kaplan, Arbitration Chambers, Australia
Contents
Contents:
Preface viii
1 Arbitration and the Model Law
2 Arbitration Agreements
3 The Arbitral Tribunal
4 Arbitral Proceedings
5 Challenging and Enforcing Awards
Conclusion
Appendix: UNCITRAL Model Law on International
Commercial Arbitration
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