The Journal of Enforcement of Arbitration Awards Online Access



ISSN 2577-3232 (Print) and
ISSN 2577-3259 (Online)

Last Updated: August, 2020

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The ideal of arbitration is the full and final resolution of disputes privately. However, collecting on awards can sometimes require years of enforcement litigation, as parties increasingly use the coercive powers of national courts to give effect to or frustrate arbitrations and arbitration awards. Similarly, the growing market for third-party investment in unpaid or distressed arbitration awards suggests that more awards may go unsatisfied. 

The Journal of Enforcement of Arbitration Awards, along with its annual conference series, aims to create the leading forum for inter-disciplinary analysis and dialogue on enforcement-related issues. It combines academic excellence with practical relevance for parties to international arbitrations, their legal and technical advisors, and governmental, academic, and investment communities. It aims to address the full global scope and diversity of these communities beyond only the traditional legal, academic, and financial centers.

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