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Commercial Arbitration in Australia 2nd Edition

28th Nov 2012

Substantive and procedural changes to Australia’s domestic arbitration laws since 2010 make Doug Jones’ Commercial Arbitration in Australia 2nd Edition essential reading.

“Commercial Arbitration in Australia will prove to be the major source to which the arbitral profession, the legal profession and law students will turn as the prime source … of law and commentary when dealing with arbitral problems and practice…The author has been at pains to explain and assess the prospective operation of the CAA and its impact on the existing jurisprudence of commercial arbitration in Australia”.
– Law Society Journal, review of the 1st Edition, October 2011

Commercial Arbitration in Australia, 2nd Edition is published by Thomson Reuters Australia





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