School of Law, University of San Diego
The somewhat excessive words attributed to Heraclitus find some application in the current search for ethical standards applicable to. arbitrators sitting in international disputes. New patterns of misbehavior create new types of ethical challenges. Few criteria for evaluating arbitrator independence and impartiality will likely stay foolproof for long, given how ingenious fools often prove themselves to be.
Arbitrator Integrity: The Transient and the Permanent
San Diego Law Review
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