Crawford on “the ideal arbitrator”
International Court of Justice judge James Crawford used a lecture in Washington, DC, to address the ideal attributes of an arbitrator, media attacks on the “conclave” of lawyers that decide investor-state disputes and the EU’s proposals for a permanent investment court. Daniel Parga of the Law Office of Jeffrey M Winton reports.
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