The EFILA Investment Treaty Arbitration Academy is designed to provide in-depth knowledge on all relevant aspects of investment treaty arbitration. The Academy is specifically designed for Government officials and practitioners who already have some knowledge of and experience with investment treaty arbitration law. Highly-qualified post-graduate students and Ph.D. candidates with prior specialization in international investment … Continue reading EFILA Investment Treaty Arbitration Academy 2017: 17-22 July (Rotterdam)
by Cara Dowling, Norton Rose Fulbright (London)* On Wednesday 29th March 2017, the UK government triggered Article 50 formally beginning the process of withdrawing the UK from the European Union. On that historic day, the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA co-hosted a panel discussion with distinguished experts from industry, trade policy and … Continue reading Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA: Investor-State Disputes, What Will Change Post-Brexit?
Nasim Gheidi & Parham Zahedi, Gheidi & Associates (See Part 1 of this post here) Part two – Article 139 of Iranian Constitutional Law, a fundamental challenge in arbitrability In case the national law of the place of arbitration or the law of the state where award enforcement is being sought imposes a restriction on referring … Continue reading Arbitration in Iran: With Focus on International Commercial Arbitration (Part II)
The European Investment Law and Arbitration Review is seeking to appoint an Assistant Editor The main task of the Assistant Editor is to take control of proof-reading, language editing and consistency editing of the accepted submissions and working with the Editorial Board and the publisher for each issue. The main workload is concentrated in the … Continue reading Call for Applications – Assistant Editor (EILA Review)