LONDON: Paulsson on metaphors, maxims and other mischief

Kyriaki Karadelis Friday, 8 November 2013 (over a year ago) Issue: Volume 8 - Issue 6

At this year’s Freshfields Lecture, Jan Paulsson examined the “tricky borderland” between arbitral and judicial authority and argued that lazy slogans are no substitute for laborious, critical thinking.

Paulsson's lecture was titled "Metaphors, Maxims and other Mischief"

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