UNCITRAL/ICSID Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators in Internation Investment Disputes

Oct 2021

It has just been announced that ICSID and UNCITRAL have released the third version of the Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators in International Investment Disputes (see here). UNCITRAL and ICSID are also preparing a draft Commentary to accompany the Code.

The Code of Conduct is being developed jointly by ICSID and UNCITRAL in the context of UNCITRAL Working Group III and ICSID’s amendment of its procedural rules.  Comments on version three of the draft are welcome and may be sent to the UNCITRAL Secretariat (uncitral@un.org) and ICSID Secretariat (icsidsecretariat@worldbank.org).

Further information and resources related to the Code of Conduct are available on the UNCITRAL and ICSID websites:

– UNCITRAL website 

– ICSID website

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Stacie Strong

Dr. Stacie Strong (published as S.I. Strong) is an Associate Professor specialising in private international law, international arbitration, international mediation and comparative law. Dr. Strong has taught at law schools around the world and has acted as a dual-qualified (England-US) practitioner with major international law firms in the UK and…

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