Arbitration: Law, Policy, and Practice provides the ideal blend of arbitration case law, problems, and experiential exercises for students. This book is the only arbitration casebook on the market with a full arbitration case file to enable students to experience the arbitration hearing from beginning to end, whether in the role of party, lawyer, or neutral. Special chapters on all aspects of the arbitration process enable students to explore the practical side of arbitration through the lens of both arbitrator and advocate. The book also comprehensively covers legal doctrine and ethical constraints essential to understanding modern arbitration, and includes chapters on preemption, arbitrability, judicial review, complex arbitration procedures, and international arbitration. Each chapter is filled with problems to test and apply the principles covered in the book’s principal cases.
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