Dr Shahla F. Ali, CCPL Fellow, published a chapter “Cultural Issues in International Arbitration” in International Arbitration Practice: 21st Century Perspectives (LexisNexis, 2020).
This paper addresses the theme of cultural convergence and divergence in international arbitration practice. Applying theoretical insights to unique arbitral practices in Hong Kong and Mainland China, the chapter draws on the authors survey and field work in the region. Examining both the convergence and divergence of approaches to arbitration in diverse settings provides an avenue to understanding the impact of globalization on the international practice of law.
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