The Complex Task: Can the Palestinian Law of Arbitration Become More User-friendly Towards International Commercial Arbitration?
Publication Type
Original research
Authors

This article reviews the current approach of Palestinian law toward international commercial arbitration and how it can be improved through harmonization with international best practices and other comparative legal systems. It will analyse the best approach that the Palestinian legislator should adopt to define the international nature of arbitration, considering Palestine's hard legal reality. Further, this article highlights the importance of harmonising the law and practices of the Palestinian law with international best practices and approaches and, therefore, reduce the impact of outdated legal standards on international commercial arbitration. Finally, this article argues that having an efficient, reliable, and harmonised arbitration environment requires a balanced judicial review approach that reflects the consensual nature of international arbitration, which desires a dispute settlement mechanism free from judicial intervention.

Journal
Title
International Arbitration Law Review
Publisher
Thomson Reuters
Publisher Country
United Kingdom
Indexing
Scopus
Impact Factor
0.101
Publication Type
Both (Printed and Online)
Volume
25
Year
2022
Pages
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