Contributions to International Publications

CRCICA is among the contributors to the Book titled: The Transformation of Arbitration in Africa: The Role of Arbitral Institutions, published on 23 August 2016 by Kluwer Law International and edited by Dr Emilia Onyema, Senior Lecturer in International Commercial Law, School of Law, SOAS, University of London.

The special chapter on CRCICA, published under Part II of the Book dedicated to Regional Arbitral Institutions in Africa, was drafted by both Mohamed Abdel Raouf, CRCICA Director and Dalia Hussein, Legal Advisor covering inter alia the history of the Centre, its establishment, its main organs and the most important provisions in its Arbitration Rules. It highlights the Centre’s efforts to enhance neutrality and transparency of the arbitration process through publication of Practice Notes, Practices on Challenge of Arbitrators, and the main legal principles contained in arbitral awards rendered under its auspices, as well as the affordability and predictability of the arbitration costs. The Chapter also discusses the Centre’s vision towards developing diversity in the arbitral appointments and means to train and deepen the exposure of African arbitrators and counsel in order to introduce them to the larger world of international arbitration. It concludes with a note on the importance of cooperation between arbitral institutions.

 Posted in News
 Published on Aug 23 2016

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