Georgetown Law
Georgetown Law Library

International Investment Law Research Guide

This guide features resources on international investment law, in general, and investor-state arbitration, in particular.

Current Awareness

In addition to keeping you up-to-date on the latest trends in international investment law, these current awareness tools can help you to identify potential paper topics.

  • Global Arbitration Review. INTL K2400 .A15 G56  Also available online.
    This practitioner-oriented bi-monthly journal focuses on new developments in investor-state arbitration and includes summaries of recent decisions and awards. Current issues are kept at the Wolff Library circulation desk. Back issues are shelved on the 3rd floor.
  • Investment Arbitration Reporter (IAR)
    The Investment Arbitration Reporter is an investigative news tracking service that allows you to monitor breaking developments in pending and recently concluded investor-state arbitrations. Practitioners and scholars with expertise in international investment law provide commentary and analysis. Users may sign up for email alerts.
  • Kluwer Arbitration
    The Kluwer Arbitration Blog publishes informed commentary written by leading practitioners in the fields of international commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration.  Posts are searchable by keyword and browsable by category, jurisdiction, author, and date.  Readers may set up email alerts.
  • Mealey's International Arbitration Report. INTL KZ200 I.5  Also available on Lexis.
    This monthly publication provides news and commentary about all aspects of international commercial arbitration, including investor-state arbitration.  In addition, it selectively publishes arbitral awards and court decisions concerning the enforcement of arbitral awards.
  • Transnational Dispute Management (TDM)
    TDM's peer-reviewed online journal is a reliable source for news and current developments concerning investor-state arbitration.  Readers my set up news alerts via email and RSS feeds devoted to particular issues.  TDM also hosts OGEMID, a moderated discussion forum for practitioners that focuses primarily on investment disputes involving the oil, gas, and energy sectors.