Costs, conduct and continuity: institutions should take the lead, says Menon

In a speech at this year’s SIAC Congress, Singapore’s Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon spoke of the special role of arbitral institutions in shaping the future of international arbitration and identified three challenges for them: tackling the problems of costs and poor professional conduct and ensuring continuity of the process through developing future generations of practitioners.

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