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We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of the Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook is now available.

This 16th edition looks at key developments in arbitration from the last year in over 45 jurisdictions, including:

  • New arbitral rules from major institutions including the AAA, CAM-CCBC, CEPANI, DIAC and the SCC
  • The ongoing reform of arbitration legislation to reflect international best practice, with recent developments in Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom and Vietnam
  • The continued effects of the European Court of Justice’s decision in Achmea 
  • The decision of a number of European states to withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty and the accession of new parties to the ICSID convention
  • The latest case law on the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards under the New York Convention, which has now been ratified in 172 jurisdictions worldwide
  • New requirements from several institutions to disclose the sources of third-party funding, and the expansion of financing options for arbitration parties in Hong Kong

In this year’s edition we have introduced a new chapter on the arbitration framework in the OHADA area, which includes 17 African states. You can access the latest edition of the International Arbitration Yearbook here or by hovering your cursor over the “International Arbitration Yearbook” menu, which appears at the top of every page on Global Arbitration News, and selecting “2022-2023 Edition”.


Cathy Keegan is a Content Development Lawyer at Baker McKenzie, based in Belfast. Cathy can be reached at