At head of title: Global Arbitration Review.
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UCIA, Universal Citation in International Arbitration, is a manual of citation specifically for use in international arbitration.
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1. General Notes 1.1. Party name 1.2. Exhibits and legal authorities 1.3. Content and placement of citations signals 1.5. Cross-references 1.6. Quotations 1.7. Numbers 1.8. Dates 1.9. Abbreviations 1.10. Punctuation of abbreviations 2. Supporting Documentary Materials 2.1. Contracts 2.2. Witness and expert evidence 2.3. Correspondence and personal communications 2.4. Newspaper articles 2.5. Internet material 3. Arbitral Proceedings 3.1. International arbitration laws 3.2. International arbitration rules 3.3. International arbitration soft law instruments 3.4. International arbitration decisions 3.5. Hearing transcripts 4. Treaties and EU Law 4.1. Treaties 4.2. EU instruments 5. International Court Decisions 5.1. International Court of Justice 5.2. Court of Justice of the European Union 5.3. European Court of Human Rights 6. Domestic Legal Citations 6.1. Domestic courts 6.2. Domestic legislation 7. Commentary 7.1. Books 7.2. Legal reviews 7.3. Conference papers and presentations Appendix 1. Common Abbreviations Appendix 2. Abbreviation of Arbitral Institutions and Related Organisations Appendix 3. Abbreviation of Publications Appendix 4. Abbreviations of Commonly Cited Treaties and Try Provisions Appendix 5. Abbreviations of Codes and Constitutions Appendix 6. Abbreviations of Courts Appendix 7. Short Forms of Countries Appendix 8. Suggested Filing Guidelines Appendix 9. Quick Reference Guide.
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