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A year of the Pledge: new data on women arbitrators

A year of the Pledge: new data on women arbitrators

Premium article - 18 May 2017

The percentage of women appointed as arbitrators by institutions in 2016 was, on average, around 17%, up from the 2015 average of 12% and a considerable improvement on the position four years ago, says Houston-based arbitrator Lucy Greenwood in research released to mark the first anniversary of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport

Premium article - 08 November 2016

The Court of Arbitration for Sport

Permanent Court of Arbitration

Premium article - 08 November 2016

Permanent Court of Arbitration

P.R.I.M.E Finance Foundation

Premium article - 08 November 2016

P.R.I.M.E Finance Foundation

The London Maritime Arbitrators Association

Premium article - 08 November 2016

The London Maritime Arbitrators Association

Worth a Closer Look: Special Occasions

02 November 2016

Not all the "special occasion" institutions can trace their roots back half a century or more. Here are some of more recent provenance that could prove useful for the right case.

White List: Special Occasions

02 November 2016

Not all "specialist" institutions focus on a region. Some specialise in a sector or type of case. It's the second we mean by "special occasions". The "occasion" may be particularly technical type of dispute (about finance, say, or IP) or one from a particular industry or activity (shipping, direct foreign investment, sport, even German-Chinese trade)

Permanent Court of Arbitration

Premium article - 27 November 2015

Permanent Court of Arbitration

Institutions Worth a Closer Look: Special Occasions

05 November 2015

We’ve used the term “special occasions” to cover institutions that don’t fit neatly elsewhere. That is to say, although they’re from a region it’s not so relevant to their identity. Their identity comes from focusing on a particular type of dispute.

Institutions Worth a Closer Look: Special Occasions

Premium article - 08 October 2014

A new chapter for the 2015 edition. But what do we mean by “special occasions”? We’ve used the term to cover institutions that don’t fit neatly elsewhere. That is to say, although they’re from a region it’s not so relevant to their identity. Their identity comes from focusing on a particular type of dispute.