BCDR International Arbitration Review
June 2015 – Volume 2 – Issue 1

Women’s Voices in International Arbitration – Part 1

Articles
Bon courage, TRIBUNALS!
Lucy Reed & Shaparak Saleh
1
International Arbitration and Its Users: Ships Passing in the Night? A Dialogue with Michael
McIlwrath

Sophie Nappert
15
Living in Glass Houses? The Debate on Transparency in International Investment Arbitration
Loretta Malintoppi & Natalie Limbasan
31
Transparency in Investor-State Arbitration: An Incremental Approach
Laurence Boisson de Chazournes & Rukia Baruti
59
A Case for Dispositive Motions in International Commercial Arbitration
Caline Mouawad & Elizabeth Silbert
77
Conflicts of Law and International Commercial Arbitration – Can Conflict Be Avoided?
Sapna Jhangiani
99
The 1958 New York Convention Article II: Fit for Modern International Trade?
Marike Paulsson
117
The Direct Examination of Witnesses and Experts Not Called for Cross-Examination:
Balancing Efficiency and Fairness

Andrea J. Menaker & Noor L. Davies
135
The English Courts’ Approach to Review of Awards by Way of Challenge and Enforcement
Hilary Heilbron QC
153
Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration: Is it Time for Some Soft Rules?
Marie Stoyanov & Olga Owczarek
171