American Review of International Arbitration Online Access

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George A. Bermann
Robert H. Smit
Kabir Duggal

ISSN: 2573-6035

Last Updated: April, 2024

The American Review of International Arbitration (ARIA) is the only scholarly and professional journal of its kind devoted to international arbitration. Published quarterly since 1990 under the auspices of the Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration of Columbia University Law School, it is the only publication of stature in the United States. It is also one of the leading journals in the field, internationally. ARIA reflects a master synthesis of the scholarly and practical, enlightened and informed by leading authoirites, be they counsel, arbitrators, experts, or scholars.

ARIA keeps your international arbitration library up-to-date with thought-provoking analysis and practical guidance from the world’s leading authorities. ARIA, under the expert direction of the Editors in Chief, Managing Editor, and Editorial Advisory Board, continue the legacy started by the late Professor Hans Smit, who founded ARIA in 1990.

For over thirty years, ARIA has been trusted by practitioners and scholars like as a leading resource. The foremost IA journal in the United States, ARIA has been cited as an authority by practitioners throughout the field, ranging from top law firms to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Each issue provides cutting-edge coverage of developments in the United States and abroad with:

  • Articles from leading authorities examining universal trends, as well as specific legislative and regulatory issues in fora and institutions around the world

  • Summaries and commentary on noteworthy arbitral and judicial decisions

  • Practice notes that highlight techniques and tactics appropriate in individual countries or in any proceeding

  • Book reviews and bibliographies including titles from every country

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