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Contents: Research Review Jack J. Coe, Jr. and Donald Earl Childress III PART I THE PROPER FORUM A. FORUM SHOPPING 1. Friedrich K. Juenger (1989), `Forum Shopping, Domestic and International', Tulane Law Review, 63, 553-74 2. Franco Ferrari (2013), `Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context: Setting the Stage', in Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context, Munich, Germany: Sellier European Law Publishers GmbH, 1-21 B. ALLOCATING ADJUDICATORY ASSIGNMENTS ABSENT AN ARBITRATION CLAUSE 3. Arthur T. von Mehren (1997), `The Case for a Convention-mixte Approach to Jurisdiction to Adjudicate and Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments', Rabels Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und internationales Privatrecht - Rabel Journal of Comparative and International Private Law, 61 (1), January, 86-92 4. Friedrich K. Juenger (2001), `Traveling to The Hague in a Worn-Out Shoe', Pepperdine Law Review: International Law Weekend - West Symposium, 29 (1), 7-14 5. Ralf Michaels (2007), `Some Fundamental Jurisdictional Conceptions as Applied in Judgment Conventions', in Eckart Gottschalk, Ralf Michaels, Giesela Ruhl and Jan von Hein (eds.) Conflict of Laws in a Globalized World, Section II, Chapter 4, New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 29-62 C. PARTY AUTONOMY - DESIGNATING FORA 6. William W. Park (1995), `Illusion and Reality in International Forum Selection', Texas International Law Journal, 30, 135-204 7. Louise Ellen Teitz (2005), `The Hague Choice of Court Convention: Validating Party Autonomy and Providing an Alternative to Arbitration', American Journal of Comparative Law, 53 (3), Summer, 543-58 D. THE ARBITRATION ALTERNATIVE - FIRST AMONG EQUALS 8. Morris S. Rosenthal (1946), `Arbitration in the Settlement of International Trade Disputes', Law and Contemporary Problems, Special Issue: International Trade Barriers, 11 (4), Summer-Autumn, 808-34 9. Soia Mentschikoff (1952), `The Significance of Arbitration - A Preliminary Inquiry', Law and Contemporary Problems, Special Issue: Commercial Arbitration: Part II, 17 (4), Autumn, 698-710 10. Henry P. deVries (1984), `International Commercial Arbitration: A Transnational View', Journal of International Arbitration, 1 (1), 7-20 11. Gilles Cuniberti (2008), `Beyond Contract - The Case for Default Arbitration in International Commercial Disputes', Fordham International Law Journal, 32 (2), 417-88 12. Gary Born (2014), `BITs, BATs and Buts: Reflections on International Dispute Resolution', Young Arbitration Review, 13, April, 6-14 13. Karl-Heinz Boeckstiegel (2006), `The Role of Arbitration within Today's Challenges to the World Community and to International Law', Arbitration International, 22 (2), June, 165-77 PART II GOVERNING LAW AND SOURCES A. SYSTEMIC FUNDAMENTALS - TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS 14. F. A. Mann (1967), `Lex Facit Arbitrum', in Pieter Sanders (ed.), International Arbitration: Liber Amicorum for Martin Domke, The Hague, the Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 157-83 15. William W. Park (1983), `The Lex Loci Arbitri and International Commercial Arbitration', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 32 (1), January, 21-52 16. Jan Paulsson (1983), `Delocalisation of International Commercial Arbitration: When and Why it Matters', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 32 (1), January, 53-61 17. Julian D. M. Lew (2006), `Achieving the Dream: Autonomous Arbitration', Arbitration International, 22 (2), June, 179-203 18. Emmanuel Gaillard (2012), `The Emerging System of International Arbitration: Defining "System"', Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, 106, March, 287-92 B. NATIONAL AND A-NATIONAL RULES OF DECISION IN ARBITRATION 19. Julian D. M. Lew (1997), `Determination of Applicable Substantive Law', International Business Lawyer, 25, April, 157-60 20. Marc Blessing (1997), `Choice of Substantive Law in International Arbitration', Journal of International Arbitration, 14 (2), 39-65 21. George A. Bermann (2010), `Mandatory Rules of Law in International Arbitration', in Franco Ferrari and Stefan Kroell (eds), Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration, Munich, Germany: Sellier European Law Publishers, 325-39 22. Emmanuel Gaillard (2001), `Transnational Law: A Legal System or a Method of Decision Making?', Arbitration International, 17 (1), March, 59-71 23. Friedrich K. Juenger (1995), `American Conflicts Scholarship and the New Law Merchant', Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 28, 487-501 24. Lord Justice Mustill (1988), `The New Lex Mercatoria: The First Twenty-five Years', Arbitration International, 4 (2), April, 86-119 25. Andreas F. Lowenfeld (1990), `Lex Mercatoria: An Arbitrator's View', Arbitration International, 6 (2), June, 133-50 26. Emmanuel Gaillard (1999), `Use of General Principles of International Law in International Long-Term Contracts', International Business Lawyer, 27 (5), May, 214-24 27. Klaus Peter Berger (1997), `The Lex Mercatoria Doctrine and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts', Law and Policy in International Business, 28 (4), 943-90 28. Ralf Michaels (2014), `The UNIDROIT Principles as Global Background Law', Uniform Law Review, 19 (4), December, 643-68 PART III NATIONAL AND A-NATIONAL PROCEDURAL STRUCTURES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION A. CONFLICTS OF LEGAL CULTURE AND ARBITRAL FLEXIBILITY 29. Andreas F. Lowenfeld (1985), `The Two-Way Mirror: International Arbitration as Comparative Procedure', Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, 7, 163-, Law and Contemporary Problems, Special Issue: Commercial Arbitration: Part II, 17 (4), Autumn, 698-710 10. Henry P. deVries (1984), 'International Commercial Arbitration: A Transnational View', Journal of International Arbitration, 1 (1), 7-20 11. Gilles Cuniberti (2008), 'Beyond Contract - The Case for Default Arbitration in International Commercial Disputes', Fordham International Law Journal, 32 (2), 417-88 12. Gary Born (2014), 'BITs, BATs and Buts: Reflections on International Dispute Resolution', Young Arbitration Review, 13, April, 6-14 13. Karl-Heinz Boeckstiegel (2006), 'The Role of Arbitration within Today's Challenges to the World Community and to International Law', Arbitration International, 22 (2), June, 165-77 PART II GOVERNING LAW AND SOURCES A. SYSTEMIC FUNDAMENTALS - TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS 14. F. A. Mann (1967), 'Lex Facit Arbitrum', in Pieter Sanders (ed.), International Arbitration: Liber Amicorum for Martin Domke, The Hague, the Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 157-83 15. William W. Park (1983), 'The Lex Loci Arbitri and International Commercial Arbitration', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 32 (1), January, 21-52 16. Jan Paulsson (1983), 'Delocalisation of International Commercial Arbitration: When and Why it Matters', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 32 (1), January, 53-61 17. Julian D. M. Lew (2006), 'Achieving the Dream: Autonomous Arbitration', Arbitration International, 22 (2), June, 179-203 18. Emmanuel Gaillard (2012), 'The Emerging System of International Arbitration: Defining "System"', Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, 106, March, 287-92 B. NATIONAL AND A-NATIONAL RULES OF DECISION IN ARBITRATION 19. Julian D. M. Lew (1997), 'Determination of Applicable Substantive Law', International Business Lawyer, 25, April, 157-60 20. Marc Blessing (1997), 'Choice of Substantive Law in International Arbitration', Journal of International Arbitration, 14 (2), 39-65 21. George A. Bermann (2010), 'Mandatory Rules of Law in International Arbitration', in Franco Ferrari and Stefan Kroell (eds), Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration, Munich, Germany: Sellier European Law Publishers, 325-39 22. Emmanuel Gaillard (2001), 'Transnational Law: A Legal System or a Method of Decision Making?', Arbitration International, 17 (1), March, 59-71 23. Friedrich K. Juenger (1995), 'American Conflicts Scholarship and the New Law Merchant', Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 28, 487-501 24. Lord Justice Mustill (1988), 'The New Lex Mercatoria: The First Twenty-five Years', Arbitration International, 4 (2), April, 86-119 25. Andreas F. Lowenfeld (1990), 'Lex Mercatoria: An Arbitrator's View', Arbitration International, 6 (2), June, 133-50 26. Emmanuel Gaillard (1999), 'Use of General Principles of International Law in International Long-Term Contracts', International Business Lawyer, 27 (5), May, 214-24 27. Klaus Peter Berger (1997), 'The Lex Mercatoria Doctrine and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts', Law and Policy in International Business, 28 (4), 943-90 28. Ralf Michaels (2014), 'The UNIDROIT Principles as Global Background Law', Uniform Law Review, 19 (4), December, 643-68 PART III NATIONAL AND A-NATIONAL PROCEDURAL STRUCTURES IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION A. CONFLICTS OF LEGAL CULTURE AND ARBITRAL FLEXIBILITY 29. Andreas F. Lowenfeld (1985), 'The Two-Way Mirror: International Arbitration as Comparative Procedure', Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, 7, 163-185 30. Siegfried H. Elsing and John M. Townsend (2002), `Bridging the Common Law-Civil Law Divide in Arbitration', Arbitration International, 18 (1), March, 59-65 31. William W. Park (2003), `The 2002 Freshfields Lecture - Arbitration's Protean Nature: The Value of Rules and the Risks of Discretion, Arbitration International, 19 (3), September, 279-301 B. STATUTORY CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE 32. Gerold Herrmann (1984), `UNCITRAL's Work Towards a Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration', Pace Law Review: International Commercial Arbitration Issue, 4 (3), Spring, 537-80 33. Pieter Sanders (1995), `Unity and Diversity in the Adoption of the Model Law', Arbitration International, 11 (1), March, 1-37 34. Fabien Gelinas (2013), `From Harmonized Legislation to Harmonized Law: Hurdles and Tools, Judicial and Arbitral Perspectives', in Frederic Bachand and Fabien Gelinas (eds), The UNCITRAL Model Law after Twenty-Five Years: Global Perspectives on International Commercial Arbitration, Part V, Chapter 13, New York, NY, USA: JurisNet, LLC, 261-75 35. Lord Justice Mustill (1990), `A New Arbitration Act for the United Kingdom? The Response of the Departmental Advisory Committee to the UNCITRAL Model Law, Arbitration International, 6 (1), March, 3-62 36. Daniel M. Kolkey (1990), `Reflections on the U.S. Statutory Framework for International Commercial Arbitrations: Its Scope, Its Shortcomings, and the Advantages of U.S. Adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law', American Review of International Arbitration, 1 (4), 491-534 Volume II Contents: Introduction An introduction to both volumes by the editors appears in Volume I PART I ENFORCEMENT AND CONTROL OF AWARDS A. QUALITY CONTROL BROADLY 1. William W. Park (2001), `Why Courts Review Arbitral Awards', in Robert Briner, L. Yves Fortier, Klaus P. Berger and Jens Bredow (eds), Law of International Business and Dispute Settlement in the 21st Century: Liber Amicorum Karl-Heinz Boeckstiegel, Cologne, Berlin, Bonn and Munich, Germany: Carl Heymanns Verlag, 595-606 2. Linda Silberman and Maxi Scherer (2013), `Forum Shopping and Post-Award Judgments', in Franco Ferrari (ed.), Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context, Munich, Germany: Sellier European Law Publishers GmbH, 313-45 B. INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION'S DUAL SYSTEM 3. Alan Scott Rau (2010), `Understanding (and Misunderstanding) "Primary Jurisdiction"', American Review of International Arbitration, XXI (1-4), 47-188 4. George A. Bermann (2011), `The UK Supreme Court Speaks to International Arbitration: Learning from the Dallah Case', American Review of International Arbitration, XXII (1), 1-20 PART II ARBITRATION INVOLVING STATES A. THE ARBITRAL FORUM - SOME HISTORIC BENCHMARKS 5. Arthur Nussbaum (1950), `The Arbitration between the Lena Goldfields, Ltd. and the Soviet Government', Cornell Law Quarterly, 36 (1), Fall, 31-53 6. V. V. Veeder (1998), `The Lena Goldfields Arbitration: The Historical Roots of Three Ideas', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 47 (4), October, 747-92 7. Robert B. von Mehren and P. Nicholas Kourides (1981), `International Arbitrations between States and Foreign Private Parties: The Libyan Nationalization Cases' American Journal of International Law, 75 (3), July, 476-552 B. GOVERNING LAW WHEN A STATE IS A PARTY 8. F. A. Mann (1960), `State Contracts and State Responsibility', American Journal of International Law, 54 (3), July, 572-91 9. R. Y. Jennings (1961), `State Contracts in International Law', British Yearbook of International Law, 37, 156-82 10. Richard B. Lillich (1994), `The Law Governing Disputes under Economic Development Agreements: Reexamining the Concept of "Internationalization''', in Richard B. Lillich and Charles N. Brower (eds), International Arbitration in the 21st Century: Towards "Judicialization" and Uniformity?, Chapter IV, Irvington, NY, USA: Transnational Publishers, Inc., 61-114 11. Georges R. Delaume (1989), `Comparative Analysis as a Basis of Law in State Contracts: The Myth of the Lex Mercatoria', Tulane Law Review, 63 (3), February, 575-611 C. DECIDING DISPUTES INVOLVING ONE OR MORE STATE PARTIES 12. Oscar Schachter (1960), `The Enforcement of International Judicial and Arbitral Decisions', American Journal of International Law, 54 (1), January, 1-24 13. Henri C. Alvarez (2004), `Setting Aside Additional Facility Awards: The Metalclad Case', in Emmanuel Gaillard and Yas Banifatemi (eds), International Arbitration Series: Annulment of ICSID Awards: A Joint IAI-ASIL Conference, Washington, D.C. - April 1, 2003, Huntington, NY, USA: Juris Publishing, Inc., 267-88 14. Jack J. Coe, Jr. (2002), `Domestic Court Control of Investment Awards: Necessary Evil or Achilles Heel Within NAFTA and the Proposed FTAA?', Journal of International Arbitration, 19 (3), 185-207 15. Timothy G. Nelson (2010), `Annulment of International Arbitration Awards: The Orinoco Steamship Case Sails On', ASA Bulletin, 28 (2), June, 205-229 16. D. A. Redfern (1987), `ICSID - Losing its Appeal?', Arbitration International, 3 (2), April, 98-118 17. W. Michael Reisman (1989), `The Breakdown of the Control Mechanism in ICSID Arbitration', Duke Law Journal, 4, September, 739-807 18. Aron Broches (1991), `Observations on the Finality of ICSID Awards', ICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal, 6 (2), Fall, 321-79 19. W. Michael Reisman (1992), `Repairing ICSID's Control System: Some Comments on Aron Broches' "Observations on the Finality of ICSID Awards"', ICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal, 7 (1), Spring, 196-211 Index

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Edited by Jack J. Coe, Jr. and Donald Earl Childress III, Professors of Law, Pepperdine University, School of Law, US

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`Coe and Childress have performed a great service by collecting in two volumes many of the seminal articles on private international law and arbitration. The collection will be of great value to practitioners and scholars alike.' -- William S. Dodge, University of California, Davis, School of Law, US
`Professors Coe and Childress have undertaken the task of curating leading articles on private international law issues - often vexing issues - in international arbitration, across six decades. In so doing, they have provided academics and practitioners with a whole far more useful and valuable than its parts.' -- Lucy Ferguson Reed, National University of Singapore

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