- Precedents in international commercial arbitration—a practical position—part one
- The meaning of 'precedent'
- Sources of precedent
- Institutional and organisation publications
- Appeals and enforcement
- Legal press
- Soft law and text books
Arbitration analysis: Maurice Kenton, partner at Clyde & Co, discusses the practical relevance of precedent in international commercial arbitration. This article is the first in a two-part series, and is based on a talk given by Mr Kenton at the Oxford Symposium on Comparative International Commercial Arbitration in November 2017.
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