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This front matter section of this book titled Legal Theory of International Arbitration contains the table of contents. International arbitration law lends itself even more to a legal theory analysis than private international law. The fundamentally philosophical notions of autonomy and freedom are at the heart of this field of study. Similarly essential are the questions of legitimacy raised by the freedom of the parties to favor a private form of dispute resolution over national courts, to choose their judges, to tailor the procedure as they deem appropriate, to determine the rules of law that will govern the dispute even where the chosen rules are not those of a given legal system.

Keywords: International Arbitration; national courts



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