One or Three? How Many Arbitrators Do You Need? (IDN Podcast 88)
April 23, 2010
Clip length/Date:(17:10min - 04/23/10)
Summary: The new 88th episode of International Dispute Negotiation looks at arbitration, and attacks one of the basic practice questions: How many on the panel?
IDN 88 is the first of two parts. Next time, the focus will be on bridging the gap from “conventional” three-arbitrator practice to a one-arbitrator setting--and how to persuade the other side that one may be better in many instances.
In these IDNs, Kirby expands on her 2009 article, "With Arbitrators, Less Can be More: Why the Conventional Wisdom on the Benefits of Having Three Arbitrators May Be Overrated," 26(3) Journal of International Arbitration 337-355 (2009). You can read it here.
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