Ulisse Belotti

International commercial arbitration has well become colonized by litigation. However, arbitration has also moved in certain directions, particularly with respect to language and discourse. These emerging projects have indicated that arbitration and discourse can and should see focus in the applied linguistic scholarship. This project addresses, in multiple respects, and from various locations and sites, aspects of arbitration practice crucial for its integrity as an institution and its independence as a professional practice. The project observes the ways in which language can increase the subjectivity of arbitration and that the rangeRead More