International Arbitration: Sheep, Wolves and Vegetarianism – A View from Down Under

Albert Monichino, 'International arbitration: sheep, wolves and vegetarianism – A view from downunder' (2013) 8(3) Construction Law Journal 33

5 Pages Posted: 29 Apr 2016

Date Written: September 27, 2013

Abstract

Australia’s apex court, the High Court of Australia, has recently rejected a constitutional challenge to Australia’s adoption of the UNICITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration in Australia’s International Arbitration Act. In so doing, it has provided useful guidance on the proper approach to the interpretation of the Model Law and has confirmed that Australia is an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction.

Keywords: UNICITRAL Model Law, IMC Aviation Solutions Pty Ltd v Altain Khuder LLC, Model Law, International Arbitration, International Arbitration Act, Australia, Constitutional Law

Suggested Citation

Monichino, Albert, International Arbitration: Sheep, Wolves and Vegetarianism – A View from Down Under (September 27, 2013). Albert Monichino, 'International arbitration: sheep, wolves and vegetarianism – A view from downunder' (2013) 8(3) Construction Law Journal 33. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2770935

Albert Monichino (Contact Author)

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