Launched in early 2009, the
International Journal of Arab Arbitration (IJAA) is a quarterly issued journal
dedicated to publishing in English all types of legal information both related
to arbitration on one side and the Arab World and Islamic Law on the other.
This includes scholarly articles,
arbitration statutes and rules, arbitral awards as well as case law issued by State
courts from various Arab jurisdictions. The IJAA also provides information in
relation to non-Arab case law involving an Arab party and updates on current
The IJAA quickly established
itself as the only English publication in its field, enabling non-Arab speakers
to get acquainted with Arab arbitration in all of its aspects.
In parallel, Majallat Attahkim
Al’alamia was launched as a sister publication covering all aspects of
domestic and international arbitration (whether or not related to Arab
jurisdictions) but solely in the Arabic language but with the common purpose to
institute a unified record for arbitration in the Arab World.