Incremental Development of a Legal Framework for Arbitration in Emerging Markets: A Case Study of Construction Arbitration in Nigeria

Photo by David Rotimi Dr. Fikayo Taiwo, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, has concluded her Ph.D. thesis titled ‘Incremental Development of a Legal Framework for Arbitration in Emerging Markets: A Case Study of Construction Arbitration in Nigeria’. The problem the thesis sought to investigate is the continued exportation of Africa-related disputes for arbitration … Continue reading Incremental Development of a Legal Framework for Arbitration in Emerging Markets: A Case Study of Construction Arbitration in Nigeria

ESRC New Investigator Grant Award For ‘Mediation of Medical Treatment Disputes: A Therapeutic Justice Model’

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez Dr. Jaime Lindsey, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, has recently been awarded the prestigious ESRC New Investigator grant for her research project ‘Mediation of Medical Treatment Disputes: A Therapeutic Justice Model’. She has been awarded £299,791 over 30 months to use socio-legal methods to research the … Continue reading ESRC New Investigator Grant Award For ‘Mediation of Medical Treatment Disputes: A Therapeutic Justice Model’

Corporate Investors’ Nationality and Reforming Investment Treaties: Can Older Generation Treaties Undermine Substantive Reforms?

Photo by Christine Roy Dr. Anil Yilmaz Vastardis, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the Essex Business and Human Rights Project, School of Law and Human Rights Centre, University of Essex In my recently published book The Nationality of Corporate Investors under International Investment Law(Hart Publishing 2020), I dissect the relationship between international investment law, corporate … Continue reading Corporate Investors’ Nationality and Reforming Investment Treaties: Can Older Generation Treaties Undermine Substantive Reforms?

The Restrictive Approach to Legal Representation in Arbitration Proceedings and its Unintended Consequences in Nigeria

Arbitration by Nick Youngson CC BY-SA 3.0 Alpha Stock Images Fikayo Taiwo, PhD candidate at the University of Essex, published in the Journal of International Arbitration an article titled 'The Restrictive Approach to Legal Representation in Arbitration Proceedings and Its Unintended Consequences in Nigeria'. The issue of legal representation in arbitration proceedings accounts for one of the sub-factors … Continue reading The Restrictive Approach to Legal Representation in Arbitration Proceedings and its Unintended Consequences in Nigeria

The First Ever In-depth Phenomenological Exploration of Participants’ Journey in Mediation

Dr Timea Tallodi, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, published a book titled How Parties Experience Mediation: An Interview Study on Relationship Changes in Workplace Mediation (Springer, 2019). Dr Tallodi’s book is a detailed report of the first study in the literature that uses in-depth interviews with mediation parties and the qualitative methodology … Continue reading The First Ever In-depth Phenomenological Exploration of Participants’ Journey in Mediation