Norms of international ethical principles governing arbitration

This is a paper that discusses the Norms of international ethical principles governing arbitration. Additionally, it focuses on the relevant law pertaining the issue.

Norms of international ethical principles governing arbitration

Firstly, for a seat of arbitration to be effective,” there must be ‘norms of international ethical principles governing the behaviour of arbitrators and party representatives’. Undoubtedly, an ethical process is a necessary condition in order for parties. Additionally, for the public to have confidence in arbitration, but the situation today is less than optimal.” . Thomas D Halket, President, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in The Resolver, Summer 2019, 3

Secondly, your task is to identify and critically discuss norms of international ethical principles governing the behaviour of arbitrators and party representatives. • Identify all relevant law [including Australia (NSW if applicable)] and framed the issues in such a way that, by examining each issue, you reach an accurate or defensible legal conclusion;

However, use only the law that you need to support your argument and you have not become distracted by irrelevant considerations; • Identify and correctly interpreted and applied all relevant legislation necessary to answer the question(s) posed; •

Thirdly, you need to make very careful and detailed use of the facts. This means that your argument is fully supported and persuasive; • You have to look behind the obvious and really tried to extract all the potential legal significance of the events which have occurred. Where you need more information, you have told the reader what it is and why you need it.

Lastly, comply with AGLC4 formatting Some texts that might help:

  • Gabriël Moens and John Trone, Commercial Law of the European Union,
  • Springer, 2010 Gabriël Moens and Peter Gillies, International Trade and Business: Law, Policy and Ethics (2nd ed),
  • Routledge-Cavendish, 2006 Frank Bates, Conflict of Laws as Taxonomy: A New Approach, LexisNexis Butterworths,
  • 2015 M Davies, A S Bell, P L G Brereton, Nygh’s Conflicts of Laws in Australia (9th ed), LexisNexis Butterworth, 2014