ICCA Yearbook Commercial Arbitration: new Rapporteur system

We are delighted to share exciting updates regarding the ICCA Yearbook Commercial Arbitration.

For nearly 50 years, the ICCA Yearbook has flourished thanks to the unwavering support of its contributors, who have reported on court decisions related to key arbitration conventions and general international arbitration practice.

Expanding on this practice, and to acknowledge the significance of these contributions, we are pleased to announce the appointment of official Rapporteurs for key jurisdictions this year. With a view to ensuring that monitoring is continuous and exhaustive, Rapporteurs will monitor and regularly report on court decisions within the relevant jurisdiction.

Since its inception in 1976, the ICCA Yearbook — now updated throughout the year — has served as a primary resource for international arbitration jurisprudence. The Yearbook reports on global court decisions applying the major multilateral arbitration conventions, as well as on decisions of general interest to the practice of international arbitration. To complement its reporting on court decisions, the ICCA Yearbook also includes in-depth indexing tools, as well as updates on new arbitration rules and recent developments in the law and practice of several countries, in addition to a comprehensive arbitration bibliography prepared in cooperation with the Peace Palace Library.

A complete list of all court decisions published in the Yearbook since 1976, as well as a Consolidated Index of New York Convention Cases, indexed by topics, are available online on the ICCA website



Yearbook decisions are available on KluwerArbitration.com.



List of Rapporteurs