ASA Special Series
Published to promote international and domestic arbitration in Switzerland and abroad.

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Since 2011, the ASA Special Series are published in a new, hard-back format by Juris Publishing. They are distributed at no cost to ASA members. Additional orders can be placed with jurispub.com

The ASA Special Series contains the full edited versions of the papers of the ASA Annual Conferences and ad hoc arbitration brochures published by ASA.

Special Series No. 30: “Performance as a Remedy: Non-Monetary Relief in International Arbitration”, edited by Michael Schneider and Joachim Knoll (2011) Order No. 30 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 35: The Search for “Truth” in Arbitration: Is Finding the Truth what Dispute Resolution is About?, edited by Markus Wirth, Christina Rouvinez and Joachim Knoll (2011); Order No. 35 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 36: Advocacy in Commercial Arbitration, edited by Elliott Geisinger and Guillaume Tattevin (2013); Order No. 36 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 37: The Sense and Non-sense of Guidelines, Rules and Other Para-regulatory Texts in International Arbitration, edited by Daniele Favalli (2015); Order No. 37 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 38: Post Award Issues, edited by Pierre Tercier (2011); Order No. 38 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 40: Arbitral Institutions under Scrutiny, edited by Phillip Habegger, Daniel Hochstrasser, Gabrielle Nater-Bass and Urs Weber-Stecher (2013);Order No. 40 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 41: Sports Arbitration: A Coach for Other Players, edited by Elliott Geisinger and Elena Trabaldo-de Mestral (2015);Order No. 41 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 42: Inside the Black Box: How Arbitral Tribunals Operate and Reach Their Decisions, edited by Bernhard Berger and Michael E. Schneider (2013); Order No. 42 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 43: Confidential and Restricted Access Information in International Arbitration, edited by Elliott Geisinger (2016); Order No. 43 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 44: 10 Years of Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, edited by Nathalie Voser (2014); Order No. 44 at jurispub.com

Special Series No. 45: The Arbitrators’ Initiative: When, Why and How Should It Be Used?, edited by Domitille Baizeau and Frank Spoorenberg (2016); Order No. 45 at jurispub.com


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