Articles refer to articles, academic papers, master theses, and other scholarly writings that contain a more in-depth analysis of an arbitration-related topic. We accept the submission of materials that have originally been written for a different purpose (e.g. during studies) and/or have been published elsewhere, provided that the contributing author is the original copyright holder of the work in question, owns the legal rights to use the information and is not prohibited from reproducing, distributing or displaying the work.
Articles should contain an in-depth discussion of a topic related to legal field that may be of interest for an international audience.
Citations should be made as follows: a. Case citations: should be made in a format generally accepted in country where the decision has been rendered. Regardless of such formatting, references must in any case contain the date of the decision; a reference to the court/arbitration case number; the parties (if known); place of publication; page(s) and/or paragraph(s) quoted
Must contain author’s initial of first name and last name capitalized and in full, title of article in double quotation marks, year in round brackets, title of journal in italics (with reference to volume number, if applicable), page(s) and/or paragraph(s) quoted.
The working language of Law Community is English. Hence, we only accept materials submitted in English to ensure that we reach a maximum number of Users.
Contributors are encouraged to enhance the clarity of their Article (and Summary) by a clear structure. Such structure may be achieved by using paragraphs, subtitles, where appropriate. Longer Articles must contain a Table of Contents.