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International Investment Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Guide to Web Based Resources

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 November 2018

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This article discusses web-based sources of interest to scholars and practitioners in the area of international investment law and dispute resolution.

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© Caroline L. Osborne 2018. The author is Associate Professor of Law and Library Director, West Virginia University College of Law. A prior version of this article was prepared in connection with the 2010 Joint Symposium: International Investment Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution, 29 March 2010 held at Washington and Lee University School of Law. Many thanks are extended to Gene Hamilton for his diligence and research assistance on the drafting of the initial version of this article. Correspondence related to this document should be directed to Caroline Osborne at caroline.osborne@mail.wvu.edu.

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