Modern arbitration: LIVE News Journal
In 2020 the Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration launched a new project— Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal. Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal offers a comprehensive analysis of Russian and foreign developments in the field of alternative dispute resolution. Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal includes an overview of arbitral awards and legislative amendments, interviews and commentaries by experts, as well as notes on the most topical issues of arbitration and mediation.
Guidelines for prospective authors
Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal aims to become a free and open platform for the exchange of knowledge and professional experience among experts in the field of alternative dispute resolution.
To achieve this goal we announce a call for previously not published articles, commentaries, overviews, researches, dedicated to the most topical issues in the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
To participate in the selection process, we are kindly asking authors to send theses to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Theses_Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal _name of the author”.
After the selection process authors are invited to publish the full paper.
Requirements for theses and publications:
- The text of the thesis / article should be typed in Times New Roman. The font height is 12 points, the font height of the footnotes is 10 points; line spacing - one and a half; margins: left - 3 cm, right – 1,5 cm, top and bottom - 2 cm; first line indentation – 1,25 cm.
- The volume of abstracts should be no more than 2 pages; the volume of the paper should not exceed 10 pages.
- Author should indicate his/her full name and affiliation in the text of the thesis and paper..
- Author should provide an abstract and keywords in English and Russian (if possible) in the beginning of the paper.
- Footnotes should comply with the OSCOLA citation style, for instance:
Born Gary, International Commercial Arbitration (Kluwer Law International 2021)
Loukas Mistelis, Efficiency. What Else? Efficiency as the Emerging Defining Value of International Arbitration: between Systems Theories and Party Autonomy, Queen Mary University of London, School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 313/2019 https://ssrn.com/abstract=3372341, last accessed on 14 June 2020.
Submission of materials by the author should be considered as a consent to publish the paper both in printed and electronic versions of the journal. When providing a paper, the author has the right to specify particular conditions of the publications.
The editorial board of Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal has the right to edit the text submitted by the author. Proposed edits are negotiated with the author. The editorial board reserves the right to reject publishing of the paper, if it is impossible to negotiate essential edits.
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