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The following databases contain arbitration materials:
A leading online resource for international arbitration research, Kluwer Arbitration contains a wealth of primary and secondary sources, including the full text of bilateral investment treaties, arbitration conventions, national legislation, and ICC cases and awards. Additional content is provided by the International Council for Commercial Arbitration, the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and the International Arbitration Institute.
For an overview of Kluwer Arbitration, there is also a short video.
This database is part of Bloomberg BNA Premier and is organized by the following topics: disabilities law, discrimination law, individual employment rights, labor arbitration & collective bargaining, labor relations, occupational safety, and wages, hours, & leave.
Primary law sources:
Also contains additional current awareness materials, noted separately in this guide.