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The 2018 International Arbitration Survey, entitled “The Evolution of International Arbitration”, identifies the principal drivers and stakeholders that the arbitration community expects to influence the future direction of international arbitration. Trends investigated in earlier empirical studies have also been revisited in order to ascertain changes in user preferences and perceptions. Views were sought from a diverse pool of participants in the international arbitration sphere, including in-house counsel, arbitrators, private practitioners, representatives of arbitral institutions, academics, experts and third-party funders.
The survey presents a breakdown of results by categories of respondents, such as by their primary role or the geographic regions in which they principally operate or practise, providing unique insight into the range of views expressed by different stakeholders of international arbitration.
White & Case is proud once again to have partnered with the School of International Arbitration. The School has produced a study which provides valuable guidance as to what users want and expect, and the factors that may motivate change and drive forward the evolution of international arbitration.