Our academic journal Arbitration - The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management is an internationally respected, peer-reviewed academic publication.
The Journal brings you unrivalled, expert analysis of developments in case law, legislation and practice from leading practitioners worldwide.
It contains in-depth focus on key issues as well as authoritative articles from jurisdictions around the world, detailed case law analysis and book reviews, The Journal is essential reading for anyone involved in commercial dispute resolution - whether as international arbitrator, party representative, mediator, adjudicator or in-house lawyer.
It is published quarterly in February, May, August and November.
Accessing online copies
The Resolver - the members' magazine - is sent out with The Journal. Log in to MyCIArb to access the current and past copies of The Resolver and The Journal online.
The Journal is distributed to all CIArb members as part of the membership subscription, so around 13,000 copies go out every three months.
If you are not a CIArb member you can still subscribe to receive The Journal and/or The Resolver. Please see subscription prices below.
An annual subscription to The Journal includes:
- Four printed copies of The Journal
- Access to CIArb's library of The Journal articles dating back to the very first edition in 1915.
- Articles can be downloaded in PDF format - an essential reference resource for the dispute resolution professional
- Special subscription packages are available for the The Journal and The Resolver.
Subscription Packages 2018
|Package ||The Journal ||The Journal & The Resolver |
|Academic Institution/Library/Agents ||£230 ||£240 |
|Individual ||£270 ||£280 |
|Firm Company ||£480 ||£495 |
Further discounts are available for multiple subscriptions.
If you wish to subscribe, please contact Lisa Mulholland, Membership Records Secretary (e: email@example.com) or download the booking form.
Submitting a contribution
Contributions to this learned journal are welcome on any form of dispute resolution, and should you wish to submit a paper or article for consideration, it should be sent to the Editor, Professor Stavros Brekoulakis, (e: firstname.lastname@example.org).
All articles are peer-reviewed and we recommend that countributors read our Guidelines before submitting.
The Journal accepts display advertising. If you would like to discuss this, please contact the marketing team (e: email@example.com) in the first instance.