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DIVERSITY IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: BY THE NUMBERS
To find out more about diversity and why it matters, we have set out below a list of surveys on diversity in international arbitration (in reverse chronological order). Please write to us at email@example.com to share additional such publications.
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- Decision, Interrupted: Breaking Bias in Arbitrator Selection (Ula Cartwright-Finch, Cortex Capital, Dec. 2021)
- Declining Professional Diversity in International Arbitration (Luke Nottage, Nobumichi Teramura, and James Tanna, September 2021)
- Diversity on arbitral tribunals: what's the prognosis? (White & Case, May 2021)
- 2021 International Arbitration Survey: Adapting arbitration to a changing world (Queen Mary University of London and White & Case)
- Diversity in arbitrator appointments in SCC cases 2015-2019 (SCC, March 2021)
- Roschier Disputes Index 2021 (Roschier, February 2021)
- Report of the Cross-Institutional Task Force on Gender Diversity in Arbitral Appointments and Proceedings (ICCA, July 2020)
- The Ray Corollary Initiative: How to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion in Arbitrator Selection (Homer C. La Rue and Alan A. Symonette, 63 Howard Law Journal 215 (2020))
- Diversity in Arbitration in Europe: Insights from a Large Scale Empirical Study (Tony Cole and Pietro Ortolani, University of Leicester School of Law Research Paper No. 16-2, 2015)
- An Empirical Analysis of Diversity in Investment Arbitration: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Robert Kovacs and Alex Fawke, TDM 4 (2015), in Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration, 2015)
- International Arbitration: Demographics, Precision and Justice (Susan D. Franck, et al, ICCA Congress Series No. 18, in Legitimacy: Myths, Realities, Challenges, pp. 33-122, 2015)
- The Diversity Challenge: Exploring the "Invisible College" of International Arbitration (Susan D. Franck, et al, 53 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 429 (2015))
- American Diversity In International Arbitration 2003-2013 (Benjamin G. Davis, ARIA Vol. 25, No. 2 2014)
- The Color Line In International Commercial Arbitration: An American Perspective (Benjamin G. Davis, ARIA Vol. 14 No. 4, 2003)
Finally, the Law Society of England & Wales has put together A guide to race and ethnicity terminology and language (February 2022).