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International Commercial Arbitration: Books

Treatises Available Through Kluwer Arbitration

The Detroit Mercy Law Library offers a number of important ICA treatises in an online format. Many more treatises are available online through the Library's Kluwer Arbitration database (see link at the end of this list for comprehensive index of online books).

Treatises Available Through Westlaw

Westlaw also offers a variety of treatises and secondary sources in the field of international commercial arbitration. Researchers can begin their research in one of these databases by clicking on the link of the appropriate title of the publication or by browsing the International Arbitration materials in Westlaw (Westlaw account privileges are required). To browse all resources, select "International Materials" from the Browse feature in Westlaw. From the right hand side of the screen, select "International Arbitration Materials." Once in the International Arbitration Materials, you can view featured titles or all titles under "Treatises." 

More Books

The Detroit Mercy Law Library also has other helpful materials apart from our treatises. Check these out!

Primers and Treatises in Print

This section highlights some of the major ICA works contained within our collection. Major treatises can be found in "ICA--The Basics."

Recent Additions to the Collection

Here, we will highlight some of our recent additions, which are no longer featured on the homepage of this research guide. Many of the recent additions offer great content and are relevant to current issues in the field.

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This form allows our patrons to suggest that materials be added to our collection. Unless it is a source you have previously evaluated, you may wish to first utilize the Inter Library Loan (ILL) method. 

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