The Arbitration Law Review is a student-edited publication done in a law review format. Each editorial board produces a stand-alone book rather than a number of issues that are eventually assembled in a collective volume. The Arbitration Law Review covers primarily domestic U.S. developments in arbitration and mediation, but periodically addresses transborder developments and matters relating to other dispute resolution procedures. The Review publishes scholarly articles resulting from an annual symposium, as well as student pieces on recent case law and legislative enactments, along with book reviews.
The U.S. Supreme Court continues to show substantial interest in the law of arbitration and to favor this form of adjudication. State and federal courts generally embrace alternative means of resolving disputes. Arbitration, mediation, and negotiation are now a genuine part of the U.S. legal system and law practice. Additionally, arbitration has become critical to global commerce, and mediation is used in many countries to avoid litigation. The Review fulfills the need for the professional discussion of developments in these areas.
Current Volume: Volume 8 (2016) Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation
Arbitration: Creature of Contract, Pillar of Procedure
Hiro N. Aragaki
Medical Malpractice Arbitration: Not Business as Usual
David Allen Larson
Student Submission - Recent Developments in Arbitration and Mediation
Student Submissions - Comments
Student Submissions - Articles
Student Submissions - Foreign Decisional Law
The Continuing Pro-Arbitration Trend in India: A New Global Hub?
Student Submissions - Books and Literature Review
Success at Mediation: How to Define and Accomplish It
Mediation Advocacy: Representing Clients in Mediation
Jonathan R. Vaitll