The BCDR International Arbitration Review is an international law journal that seeks to further an important component of the BCDR-AAA’s mandate by disseminating knowledge on, and increasing understanding of, the law and procedure of international dispute settlement.
Published biannually and featuring content in both Arabic and English, the Review consists of articles, case summaries and important documents. Each issue endeavors to focus on a timely theme or topic that is particularly relevant to the Arab Region.
The BCDR International Arbitration Review will help both international arbitration practitioners and academics to identify and better understand trends, developments and procedural issues relating to arbitration in the Arab world or as seen from an Arab perspective.
The Review is intended to increase awareness of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms and arbitration in the Arab world, and to provide the outside world with a perspective on related developments occurring in the region. In addition, it provides a forum for practitioners and academics interested in the Arab world to comment on international arbitration in general.
Current Issue of the BCDR International Arbitration Review
July 2017 – Volume 4 – Issue 1:
Construction Arbitration in the Middle East
Back Issues of the BCDR International Arbitration Review
December 2016 – Volume 3 – Issue 2:
International Investment Arbitration in the Middle East
September 2016 – Volume 3 – Issue 1:
Arbitration in Egypt
December 2015 – Volume 2 – Issue 2:
Women’s Voices in International Arbitration – Part 2
June 2015 – Volume 2 – Issue 1:
Women’s Voices in International Arbitration – Part 1
September 2014 – Volume 1 – Issue 1:
The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the Arab States of the Gulf