This book by Steingruber addresses an extraordinarily important issue in all forms of arbitration – consent. Addressing consent across all types of arbitration is an ambitious task which, on the whole, Steingruber does well. In the words of its author, the book “will be less in depth on some issues. The book will often make reference to ... literature permitting the reader to deepen specific aspects” (para 1.20). Such a delimitation and approach appears to be necessary, as to have done otherwise may well have produced an unwieldy tome – which this is not.
|Number of pages||3|
|Specialist publication||Edinburgh Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|