Selected papers from the inaugural Nappert Prize in International Arbitration is a unique collection of articles demonstrating the vitality and passion of the next generation in the ever evolving field of Arbitration.
The nine outstanding papers in this publication cover a range of topics: the difficult choice-of-law and procedural questions raised by the interface of arbitration with bankruptcy proceedings or mass daims; the genesis of substantive law as developed by arbitral tribunats; the links between municipal and international law; and the principle of proximate causation and its transition to international investment arbitration.
This thought-provoking collection of articles is a must-read for anyone involved in International Arbitration.
Edited by Andrea K. Bjorklund.
In collaboration with Sophie Nappert.