Based on Gary Born's well-known treatise, International Commercial Arbitration: Commentary and Materials, one of the leading authorities in the field, this new casebook is a thoroughly international approach to international commercial arbitration, focusing on the New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law.
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Gary Born has skillfully distilled his authoritative two-volume treatise to produce International Arbitration: Cases and Materials, an equally authoritative, yet completely accessible casebook.
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Gary Born has just published a great new casebook that is certain to become a standard text for international arbitration courses around the world. Everyone knows Born's multi-volume treatise, which is invaluable as a reference tool, but hardly appropriate for the classroom. Now we have both, a great casebook to introduce the material to students and a definitive treatise for the practitioner. The Born empire continues to grow. ... Most law professors are guided by the law of inertia. They are objects at rest who resist change at almost all costs, particularly when it comes to changing casebooks after years of teaching. It requires a particular force of nature to overcome this law of inertia. Gary Born is a force of nature. --Professor Roger Alford, Pepperdine Law School
This casebook is a masterpiece without peer in the international arbitration casebook market. Its publication, following the release of Born's 2009 treatise [International Commercial Arbitration], provides students with an invaluable resource and will help to ensure the continuation of the rich and invaluable dialogue between practitioners and academics in our field. --Professor Peter (Bo) Rutledge, University of Georgia Law School
...an excellent and truly international tool for understanding arbitration [that will enable academics] all around the world to teach international arbitration on the basis of Born's global experience. --Prof. Paul Oberhammer, University of Zurich
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