The World Arbitration and Mediation Review (WAMR) provides its readers with a thorough assessment of contemporary developments in the worldwide regulation and practice of arbitration and mediation. The Review addresses, through scholarly and practical articles, comments, notes, and other sources, both the international and domestic aspects of arbitration and mediation.
WAMR is a journal that provides value to arbitrators, mediators and counsel who have many demands on their time and thus seek a professional publication that is trustworthy, succinct, and current. WAMR provides both timely viewpoints as well as special groupings of articles that focus on issues of concern to the arbitration and mediation community. The goal is to provide a resource for practitioners that addresses often difficult and complicated subjects, but presents them in a quick to search and easy to read format. In doing this, WAMR’s Editorial Board seeks as a point of perspective both the global reach of international arbitration and mediation, as well as the viewpoint and needs of those practicing in this area from the United States.
- Powers of Arbitrators
- Commercial Disputes
- Competition and Antitrust
- Investment Disputes
- Dispute Resolution & Litigation
- International Litigation
- New York Convention
- UNCITRAL Model Law
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