17 Int'l Trade & Bus. L. Rev. [i] (2014)

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Law Review
Volume XVII, 2014
The International Trade and Business Law Review publishes leading
articles, comments and case notes as well as book reviews dealing
with international trade and business law, arbitration law, foreign law
and comparative law. It provides the legal and business communities
with information, knowledge and understanding of recent
developments in international trade, business and international
commercial arbitration. The Review contributes in a scholarly way to
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having practical relevance to business people and lawyers.
Volume XVII of the Review has been edited at Murdoch Law School
and Curtin Law School in Perth, Australia. Editor-in-Chief is Gabriel
A Moens, Professor of Law at Curtin University School of Law. Ms
Sarah Withnall Howe, Lecturer, Murdoch Law School serves as
Associate Editor of the Review. The Review is supervised by an
international board of editors that consists of leading international
trade law practitioners and academics from the European Union, the
United States, Asia and Australia. The Student Editors for Volume
XVII are Belinda Loftus, Perveen Kaur, Saravanarajah Logarajah,
Siobhan Trefry and Ananya Mittra.
International Trade and Business Law Review is published and
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