The third edition of “Commercial Arbitration in Australia Under the Model Law”, co-authored by Professor Doug Jones AO and Professor Janet Walker, CM will be launched on Wednesday 22 June in Sydney and Wednesday 29 June in Melbourne .
This third edition is an annotated guide to the domestic commercial arbitration legislation in Australia. It provides practical guidance and analytical commentary on the growing body of case law applying the Model Law in Australia and around the world.
A launch event will be held in Sydney on 22 June 2022 hosted by the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA), featuring a welcome from Georgia Quick, ACICA President, and addresses by the Honourable Chief Justice James Allsop AO, Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia, as well as by the authors. To register for the Sydney launch, please click here. Details of how to register for the livestream link will be available soon.
A second launch event will be held in Melbourne on 29 June 2022, hosted by CIArb Australia and the Melbourne Law School. The launch will feature an address by Professor Richard Garnett, as well as Professor Janet Walker CM. The Melbourne book launch will be followed by Professor Doug Jones AO’s presentation of the 2022 Sir George Turner Lecture on ‘Australia – The Very Model of a Modern Arbitration Law’. This lecture takes a look at some examples of Australia’s finest jurisprudence and the recognition that it is receiving in leading courts in major centres of arbitration, highlighting the important role it plays in advancing the practice of arbitration both in Australia and around the world. For more information and to register, please click here.
About the Book
Commercial Arbitration in Australia Under the Model Law by Professor Doug Jones AO and Professor Janet Walker CM is an annotated guide to the domestic commercial arbitration legislation in Australia under the uniform commercial arbitration Acts. It provides analytical commentary on the growing body of case law applying the Model Law in Australia and around the world, discusses innovations in institutional rules and offers practical guidance. To order a copy go to the website here.