INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL LAW AND PROCEDURE BEING A RESUME OF THE PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL COMMISSIONS INCLUDING THE VIEW OF ARBITRATORS UPON QUESTIONS ARISING...
Item #: 61163
Pages: xix, 352 pp.
Published: Boston; Ginn and Co.; 1910. Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL LAW
Published for the International School of Peace, the workendeavored to present a brief analysis of about 650 casesbrought before international arbitral tribunals before 1910."The purpose of the work was to bring together into conciseand convenient form the findings of arbitrators, asevidence of the extent to which there has grown up 'a bodyof law and procedure relating to the functions andoperations of international arbitration.'...the systematicpresentation of such a large number of cases will commendthe book to that part of the legal profession havingoccasion to deal with international claims. The originalityof the work lies in its condensation of decisions reportedelsewhere, especially in Moore, at much greater length." -5 Am. J. Int'l L. 534-538 (1911)
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