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LAW5952M
Module Reading List

Central Issues in Arbitration, 2019/20, Semester 2
Dr Qi Zhou
Q.Zhou@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Essential Reading

G. B. Born, International arbitration : law and practice (Kluwer, The Hague 2012)

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N. Blackaby and others, Redfern and Hunter on international arbitration. (6th edn, OUP Oxford 2015)

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M. L. Moses, The principles and practice of international commercial arbitration (2nd, CUP, 2012)

J. Hill and A. Chong, International commercial disputes : commercial conflict of laws in English courts (4th edn, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2010)

G. B. Born, International arbitration : cases and materials (Kluwer, 2011)

W. Mattli and T. Dietz (eds), International arbitration and global governance : contending theories and evidence (OUP, Oxford 2014)

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Other Reading

G. B. Born, International Commercial Arbitration (2nd edn, Kluwer 2014)

E. Gallard and J. Savage (eds), Fouchard, Gaillard, Goldman on international commercial arbitration (Kluwer Law International, The Hague 1999)

T. Varady and others, International commercial arbitration : a transnational perspective (4th edn, Thomson West, 2009)

S. Luttrell, Bias challenges in international commercial arbitration : the need for a 'real danger' test (Kluwer, 2009)

S.I. Strong, Class, mass, and collective arbitration in national and international law (OUP, Oxford 2013)

S. Brekoulakis, Third parties in international commercial arbitration (OUP, Oxford 2010)

A. Tweeddale and K. Tweeddale, Arbitration of Commercial Disputes (OUP, Oxford 2007)

S. Tang, Jurisdiction and arbitration agreements in international commercial law (Routledge, 2014)

This list was last updated on 03/09/2015