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The Kluwer Arbitration and Competition Law Modules: a Product Review

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 June 2021

Abstract

Middle Temple Library has recently significantly enriched its portfolio of electronic resources. This situation was caused not only by the Covid-19 crisis, which certainly accelerated its efforts in this field, but also by the changing demands and habits of the Inn's members. The library specialises in arbitration and competition law, so a decision was taken to try two new digital platforms and, as Lenka Geidt writes, to share their experiences in the course of this article.

Type
Product Review
Copyright
Copyright © The Author(s), 2021. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians

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Footnotes

1 Kluwer Arbitration: https://www.kluwerarbitration.com/ accessed 21 January 2021.

2 Juris Legal Information's Arbitration Law: https://arbitrationlaw.com/ accessed 21 January 2021.

3 I-law.com: https://www.i-law.com/ilaw/arbitration.htm accessed 21 January 2021.

4 Oxford Legal Research Library, International Commercial Arbitration: http://www.hawking.org.uk/ accessed 21 January 2021.

5 Westlaw International Materials: https://www.westlawinternational.com/our-solutions/international-commercial-arbitration/ accessed 21 January 2021.

6 Kluwer Competition Law: https://www.kluwercompetitionlaw.com/ accessed 21 January 2021.

7 Westlaw International Materials: https://www.westlawinternational.com/our-solutions/global-competition-and-antitrust/ accessed 21 January 2021.

8 Oxford Competition Law: https://oxcat.ouplaw.com/ accessed 21 January 2021.