The Indian Review of International Arbitration focuses on research in the academic and practical aspects of international commercial and international investment arbitration, and other connected areas of law. The journal aims to provide a platform to the industry and academia to engage in the critical discussions on the subject matter. The Journal also aims to provide a balance between research on contemporary developments and analysis of long-standing issues in international arbitration. The journal is dedicated to be a catalyst towards the progress of international arbitration via the publication of reliable and useful research and opinions in the area of arbitration. It combines insights into the practice of arbitration world- over and contemporary analysis of issues for practitioners, academics and parties to arbitration.
We encourage previously unpublished scholarship that caters to developing an educated colloquy that is contemporary, recent or novel. We aim to provide a platform for dialogue among stakeholders and authors, ranging from contributors to highest legal fora, to current law students. IRIArb will provide a platform to authors from different legal, linguistic and cultural backgrounds across the globe, to discuss and comment on the contemporary developments in international arbitration.