Latin Arbitration Law - About Us
Latin Arbitration Law is a compendium of analysis and information on Latin American arbitration and investment. While there is an abundance of information on arbitration and investment in Latin America, in print and electronically, much of the information is scattered and stale. Latin Arbitration Law brings together customized country profiles, a compendium of laws and treaties, data, streaming news, legal references and articles related to arbitration and investment in Latin America. Latin Arbitration Law features articles by leading lawyers from across the region and provides news, analysis and compilations of information drawn from diverse sources.
For The Media
Latin Arbitration Law makes it one of its priorities to provide members of the press with clear, accurate, and reliable information on arbitration and investment in Latin America. Members of the press may wish to consult our From the Editor column. We welcome press inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article Submission Policy
Latin Arbitration Law invites submission of articles on subjects related to arbitration and investment in Latin America. We are open to short-form and long articles covering commercial and investment arbitration, as well as articles that focus on one particular country or cover topics more generally related to Latin America. Latin Arbitration Law is also open to re-publishing relevant and insightful articles already published in other publication and formats, provided that the author and/or rights-holder warrant that the piece may be re-published in Latin Arbitration Law.
Materials should be submitted to email@example.com and should conform to the following minimal guidelines:
- English, Spanish, or Portuguese,
- Microsoft Word (or compatible) format,
- Sourced according to an internationally recognized or consistent citation format.
Latin Arbitration Law reserves the right to grant or deny publication to any submission. Once articles are submitted electronically, the materials will be reviewed by the operators of the Site and a determination of whether or not to post the article. The operators of the Site also reserve the right to edit the text of any submitted materials, in coordination with the author, or to refuse the posting of the material. Authors should be prepared to supply any cited sources upon request from the editors and the material must not be obscene, offensive, defamatory of any person or otherwise illegal.
Each submitting author must warrant that he or she has full power and authority to submit the article and to grant the rights to publish the article and that they have not previously assigned exclusive publication rights to another person or entity. The authors grant the above rights without claim of royalties or other monetary compensation.
The infrastructure for Latin Arbitration Law is sponsored by the global law firm of White & Case LLP. The content is provided by diverse contributors as set forth above.