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Welcome to the 17th edition of the Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook. We are pleased to bring you our analysis of notable developments in international arbitration over the past year from over 40 jurisdictions worldwide.

As with the editions before it, the 2023-2024 Yearbook covers important legislative and case law updates from each jurisdiction. This includes:

  • New arbitral rules from many institutions including the SCC (Stockholm), CAM (Milan), CIAM (Madrid), SCCA (Saudi Arabia), CIETAC (China), SHIAC (Shanghai), TAI (Thailand) and AIAC (Malaysia)
  • The ongoing reform of arbitration legislation to reflect international best practice, including recent important developments in the UK, Germany, Luxembourg, the UAE, China, Japan and Vietnam
  • 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
  • Recent reforms and case law around the use of third-party funding in arbitration, addressing concerns about transparency, conflicts of interest, and control over proceedings
  • Important investment arbitration cases and developments, including continued scrutiny of the Energy Charter Treaty, its impact on climate change policies, and the withdrawal of states from the Treaty.

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 “2023-2024 Edition”.


Andy is a partner in the Baker McKenzie Dispute Resolution team based in London. He advises clients on international, commercial and investment treaty arbitration as well as in complex, often multijurisdictional litigation, mediations and expert determinations. He also advises clients on issues pertaining to private and public international law. Andy is recommended in Who's Who Legal: Arbitration 2018 and individually ranked in the field of International Arbitration by Chambers UK, who describe him as "a 'superb' practitioner," and "very commercial" and also recognized by Legal 500, who call him "an arbitration doyen."


Ben Roe is the Lead Knowledge Lawyer for Baker McKenzie's Global Disputes and Compliance Group, and is responsible for knowledge management and training. He is based in Baker McKenzie's London office and can be reached at and +44 20 7919 1000.