Oxford University Press (OUP) and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) are delighted to announce that in 2015 OUP will become the new publisher of Arbitration International. The journal will move to OUP from the first issue of 2015.
Arbitration International is the pre-eminent journal in international arbitration. It is edited by Professor William Park and his team of co-editors and is currently in its 30th volume. It joins OUP’s large portfolio of law journals and the transition means Arbitration International authors and readers will now benefit from the full range of OUP’s online journals functionality. Members of the LCIA will also receive complimentary online and print subscriptions.
Andy Redman, Publishing Director, OUP said: “We are very excited to be partnering with the LCIA to publish Arbitration International. We are confident that working with Professor Park and his team we can ensure Arbitration International goes from strength to strength, and that OUP contributes both to the quality of content and ensuring that the insight and analysis is readily available to the practitioner and scholarly communities.”
Arbitration International will be moving to OUP in 2015. The first issue to publish with OUP will be Volume 31, Issue 1. OUP will be contacting all subscribers and LCIA members to ensure they receive an uninterrupted service, and access to Oxford University Press’ subscription benefits as soon as the transition takes place. For more information about the journal, including subscriptions, article submission guidelines, and how to register for free content alerting services, please visit the journal’s homepage: http://arbitration.oxfordjournals.org/.