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Important Books for the International Commercial Arbitration Practitioner

Important Books for the International Commercial Arbitration Practitioner

Important Books for the International Commercial Arbitration PractitionerDue to the COVID-19 lockdown, John Fellas has had a chance to spend more time than usual with his books. He focuses this column on what he believes are important works in the field of International Commercial Arbitration.

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