3.01 The preceding chapter described what legal authorities exist in international arbitration, how those authorities are used by experienced advocates, and what weight is given to those authorities by experienced arbitrators. This chapter deals with the practicalities of legal research, focusing first on where international commercial arbitration’s unique legal authorities can be found and then discussing how to use these materials in some common areas of dispute. In particular, this chapter will describe how to use legal materials when researching: 3.02 However,...
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