The topic of Brexit is front-page news around the world, but there is a noticeable absence of expert commentary on its implications for the world of international arbitration. Accordingly, the Editors at Kluwer Arbitration Blog welcome the submission of guest posts on the topic of Brexit and international arbitration. Topics might include London as a preferred venue for arbitration, the enforcement of arbitral awards, the future of TTIP, the negotiation of new international investment treaties (including intra-EU BITs), Brexit’s impact on the international arbitration bar, whether the Brexit vote (or subsequent withdrawal from the EU) violates existing investment arbitration treaties, etc. In other words, all topics relating to Brexit and international arbitration are welcome.
The posts should be between 500 and 1,500 words and focus on a specific topic of Brexit and international arbitration. Our editorial team will review the draft posts and provide you with a timely decision on its publication. Preference will be given to posts that have editorial commentary on aspects of the issue that have yet to be addressed on the blog.