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This book celebrates Alexis Mourre’s service as President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (2015-2021).
With a collection of essays organized around the central pillars of his Presidency – diversity, efficiency, ethics, transparency, and strengthening the global nature of ICC arbitration, the authors lean into the most challenging issues, mixing academic rigor and personal reflection.
Aspiring to inspire and celebrate, this book is a fitting tribute to Alexis Mourre’s leadership and legacy.
|Code ISBN :||978-92-842-0591-2|
|Weight :||0.9600 kgs|
|Number of pages :||384|
|Publishing date :||2022|
A tribute to Alexis Mourre
Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Chiann Bao, Alexander G. Fessas, Mark W. Friedman,
Claudia T. Salomon, Eduardo Zuleta
I. Historical perspective
A historical perspective
II. Diversity and inclusion
Towards a diverse future: why is diversity imperative?
The complex and multidimensional meaning of 'diversity' in international arbitration
Personal reflection | Alexis Mourre and diversity
Vera van Houtte
The equal representation in arbitration pledge over the years:
the campaign for gender diversity in arbitral tribunals continues
Christian Albanesi, Somin Lee and Charlene Warner
Personal reflection | Achieving gender parity at a time where parity was not in the conversation
Samaa A. Haridi
Confronting implicit bias effectively, the end justifies the means
Diversity and inclusion: the long road ahead
Elena Gutiérrez García de Cortázar
Personal reflection | Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler
Does international arbitration ethic exist, and if not, should it?
Personal reflection | More Mourre
The need for arbitration-specific rules on ethics: a plea for a collective effort
Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo and Flavio Ponzano
Personal reflection | Inspiring changes at the ICC Court and beyond
Guido S. Tawil
Constituting arbitral tribunals behind the veil of ignorance
Marnix A. Leijten and Matthias L. Kuscher
Personal reflection | Alexis, Italy and Francesco Pucci
Dilatory tactics: ethics, legitimacy, responses
Personal reflection | The curious phenomenon of the 'pro-active co-arbitrator'
Eduardo Silva Romero
Will the controversy over double hatting ruin arbitration?
Transparency's contribution to legitimacy
Personal reflection | Valentine Chessa
Reconciling private arbitration and public transparency
Michael Young, QC
Personal reflection | Publication of awards: (very) brief thoughts on transparency and arbitral precedent
Data protection issues in international arbitration
Eduardo Damião Gonçalves and Paulo Brancher
One standard, many interpretations: the highly varied practice of arbitrator disclosure of potential conflicts and what can be done about it
José R. Feris
Personal reflection | Julie Bedard
Does the collection of information about arbitrators impede arbitral appointments?
Anne Véronique Schlaepfer
Personal reflection | Yas Banifatemi
With all the attention to costs and time efficiency, why hasn't arbitration become more time and cost efficient?
Claus von Wobeser
Early determinations to reduce time and cost: the rise of midstream case management conferences
Personal reflection | To Alexis Mourre: a man for his season
The top five changes that can improve arbitration practice
Kap-You (Kevin) Kim
Personal reflection | Driving change through vision: reflections on the presidency of Alexis Mourre
Pierre Bienvenu, Ad. E.
The relationship between international arbitration and the courts: past, present and future
Improving arbitration deliberations and awards
Deva Villanúa and Edward Thorn
Personal reflection | Intellectual and cultural independence
Christopher R. Seppälä
VI. A worldwide community
Institutions' normative role in shaping international arbitration
Funke Adekoya, SAN
Personal reflection | Andrés Jana
Proliferation of international arbitration centres
Personal reflection | Mingchao Fan
Personal reflection | Justin D'Agostino
A worldwide community: 'cultivating arbitration in new fora and new fields'
Wendy J. Miles QC
Personal reflection | Ana Serra e Moura
Personal reflection | Valeria Galíndez
Cooperation among arbitral institutions: opportunities and perils
Integration of remote working into arbitral practice after the COVID-19 pandemic
Inka Hanefeld and Maria Hauser-Morel
Personal reflection | A final word of thanks
Judith Gill QC
Claudia T. Salomon
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