The ISDS Reform Library forms part of the ISDS Academic Forum and is a user-friendly search engine compiling treaties and scholarly commentary relevant to ISDS reform. This project is a work in progress and will be periodically updated. The search engine is prepared by CIDS researchers Brian McGarry, Josef Ostřanský, Michele Potestà, and María Florencia Sarmiento.
The first module on "Principles of Accounting, Business in Distress, Effective Communications and Insight into the Role of Expert Witness" lead by Geoffrey Senogles will take place on 7-8 December 2018. Learn more about the program and apply now.
The MIDS applications for the 2019-2020 academic year are now open! If interested in starting or continuing your career on international disputes settlement through the MIDS, please apply before the 20th of December 2018.
On 1-2 February, the ISDS Academic Forum, the CIDS and the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo will host a workshop on reforming international investment arbitration. On this occasion, a call for papers on six themes identified as having triggered criticism of the existing regime is now opened.
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MIDS Lecture with Prof. Abi-Saab and Prof. Jeff Dunoff
The Settling of International Disputes at the Crossroads
With Alexandre Lercher, PhD candidate at the University of Paris-Dauphine and Florece Jaeger, PhD candidate at the University of Basel.
The CIDS presented the findings and the roadmap detailed in its Report on ISDS reform.
Advocacy in Different International Fora: Innovation through Cross-Fertilization?
The CIDS will attend the 36th session of UNCITRAL Working Group III from 29 October to 2 November 2018.
On 1-2 February, the ISDS Academic Forum, the CIDS and the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo will host a workshop on reforming international investment arbitration.