Commentary

5 London Court of International Arbitration

ARBITRATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION vol 3(1)
| Commentary

5 London Court of International Arbitration

| Commentary

5 London Court of International Arbitration

The London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) (previously called the London Court of Arbitration) is one of the oldest arbitral institutions in the world, having been inaugurated over a century ago in 1892 on the initiative of the Corporation of London. The LCIA was internationalised and revived when a new set of LCIA rules was promulgated in 1985 (with updated sets of rules published in 1998 and 2014).

The LCIA aims to provide a comprehensive service for the settlement of international commercial disputes. Its services are available not only in London, but in countries throughout

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