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This is the 2007 volume of theArbitration Law Reports and Reviewseries, which makes full texts as judgements on the arbitration law of England, Wales and Northern Ireland available in a single publication on an annual basis. Yearly volumes include a comprehensive collection of arbitration- related judicial decisions for the relevant calendar year, with back volumes in preparation to cover each year since entry into force of the Arbitration Act 1996. The case law is cross-referenced and each case is prefaced by a head note of keywords, a concise summary of the issues, the holding and judicial comments obiter plus lists of cases, arbitration rules and legislation referred to. Each volume contains the Editor's analytical review of developments during the year, offering comment on decisions, grouping cases together under thematic headings to identify trends and developments, and integrating discussion of relevant non-arbitration related cases (contract interpretation, human rights, adjudication, expert determination, mediation, procedural fairness, duties to give reason and so on). The review also draws attention to comparative developments abroad, in particular to UNCITRAL Model Law jurisdictions applying similar legislative provisions. From January 2011,Arbitration Law Reports and Reviewwill be available as online, print only, or combined print and online subscriptions from Oxford Journals.
Stewart Shackleton is qualified as an Avocat au Barreau de Paris, a Barrister of the Law Society of Upper Canada, a Solicitor Advocate in England and Wales and a Solicitor in China HKSAR. He has appeared before the courts in Canada, England & Wales and France. Specializing in the arbitration of investment, commercial and construction disputes and has acted as both arbitrator and counsel in over 200 arbitrations at all major venues around the world. He holds law degrees in both civil law (maitrise en droit civil) and common law jurisdictions (LL.B.) as well as graduate degrees from the Universities of Paris I (Sorbonne-Pantheon) and Paris II (Pantheon-Assas) in Public International Law, Comparative Law and African Law. He also holds an MSc in Construction Law and Arbitration from Kings College. He has written and spoken widely on the subject of arbitration law.