Impact of Roman Arbitration on the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and its Reception in Austria (Nihil Sub Sole Novum: Nothing New Under the Sun, Ecc. 1:9)
Article from: TDM 5 (2022), in Roundup of Articles
This article is a tribute to the recently deceased Professor Derek Roebuck, whose vast areas of interest included the topic of arbitration in Greece and Rome. In particular, his book "Roman Arbitration," published by Oxford University Press in 2004, constitutes a singular milestone in the area of research of alternative dispute resolution in the Ancient Western world. Professor Roebuck's scientific rigor and attachment to the original sources contributed to the overall reliability of his work, and are a singular stimulus for contemporary arbitration enthusiasts- both dilettanti and ...