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Call for Papers: Arbit Ratio Journal on Law and Practice of Arbitration

Piyo Harold Jaimon
10 Jan 2017 6:40 AM GMT
Call for Papers: Arbit  Ratio Journal on Law and Practice of Arbitration
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Arbit Ratio hereby invites unpublished articles, conference papers, research papers and case studies for publication in its Journal on Law and Practice of Arbitration special issue on “Resolve in India”.

The entries can be interdisciplinary contributions along with contributions from non-legal adjudicators or scholars. The aim of the special issue is to open a dialogue on making India a global hub of Arbitration.

The Indian government has made various positive strides in creating a progressive temper for Arbitration; amendments to its parent domestic legislation, a global conference by ‘Niti Ayog’ and constitution of a high level committee to foster Institutional Arbitration are few landmark steps. The government’s vision for India to hold the baton of International Arbitration isn’t utopian due to the continuous connotations regarding liberalization of Legal Market and regular updates on allowing 100% FDI. On the flip side there exist a view that India needs rampant change in achieving its vision due to ever growing ad-hocism and ever growing prominence of Singapore and Hong Kong.

Special Issue: Resolve In India

Themes for Submission:-

  1. Analysis & review of effectiveness of present arbitration mechanism.

  2. Review of the facilities, resources, funding and manpower of existing ADR institutions.

  3. Review of working of the institutions funded by the Government of India for arbitration purposes.

  4. Assessment of skill gaps in ADR and allied institutions for both national and international arbitration.

  5. Evaluation of information outreach and efficacy of existing legal framework for arbitration.


  • Submissions are invited with no word limit (min 3000 words).

  • Authors are free to follow any uniform citation style.

  • Submissions must be uploaded via jot form and the same should be e-mailed to The subject of the e-mail should be “Submission: Resolve in India”.

Deadline: - The submissions must be made before 10th February, 2017 (2359 Hrs. GMT)

Contact: - Queries regarding the event may be addressed to

The submissions must be made according to the submission guidelines of the journal which are attached here.


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