The shifting roles of states and state entities
A joint symposium organised by the Queen Mary School of International Arbitration and the ICC explored the shifting roles of states and state entities in international arbitration and the challenges for counsel appearing for and against them. Michael Larrick, an LLM student at Queen Mary, reports.
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