This ground-breaking collection brings together leading work at the intersection of private international law and arbitration. The selected articles span seven decades and cover a wide range of topics, from international arbitration agreements and choice of law to the enforcement of awards and arbitration involving states. Edited by two recognised experts in the field, and featuring an original introduction written by the editors, these volumes provide an essential research resource for students, academics and practitioners alike.
'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
Contributors include: G. Bermann, G. Born, F. Ferrari, E. Gaillard, R. Michaels, W. Park, J. Paulsson, M. Reisman, V.V. Veeder.
Edited by Jack J. Coe, Jr. and Donald Earl Childress III, Professors of Law, Pepperdine University, School of Law, US.