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Creating An Icsid Appellate Body, Johanna Kalb Jan 2005

Creating An Icsid Appellate Body, Johanna Kalb

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Since the creation of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) over forty years ago, states have increasingly relied on this body to resolve conflicts in bilateral investment treaties (BITs). In light of such exponential growth in the number of disputes brought to the ICSID, the ICSID Secretariat has proposed the adoption of an optional appellate body to promote "coherence and consistency" in ICSID arbitrations. This comment argues that, given the realities of tribunal decision-making and of the interdependent global economy, states should consider taking steps towards reforming the ICSID system as a way of maximizing their remaining ...


Cautionary Tales Of Adoption: Addressing The Litigation Crisis At The Moment Of Adoption, Elizabeth Brandt Jan 2005

Cautionary Tales Of Adoption: Addressing The Litigation Crisis At The Moment Of Adoption, Elizabeth Brandt

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The European Court Of Human Rights Takes A Step Toward Balancing The Arms, Monique C. Lillard Jan 2005

The European Court Of Human Rights Takes A Step Toward Balancing The Arms, Monique C. Lillard

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A Question Of Fairness: The Proper Standard Of Review Of School Board Just And Reasonable Cause Determinations In Teacher Termination Proceedings In Idaho, John E. Rumel Jan 2005

A Question Of Fairness: The Proper Standard Of Review Of School Board Just And Reasonable Cause Determinations In Teacher Termination Proceedings In Idaho, John E. Rumel

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Preserving The Foundation Of Liberty, Elizabeth Brandt Jan 2005

Preserving The Foundation Of Liberty, Elizabeth Brandt

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