Arbitration Monitor’s Op-Ed page is the premier destination for thought leadership, expert analysis, and insightful commentary on the ever-evolving world of arbitration.

Here, we delve into the complexities of arbitration practices, explore emerging trends, and offer perspectives on the legal, economic, and global implications of current events in arbitration.

Featured Op-Ed’s

Our Op-Ed’s are written by a select group of arbitrators, legal scholars, and industry experts who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our discussions.

Each piece is carefully chosen to reflect the most pressing issues and interesting developments in arbitration, aiming to provoke thought, encourage dialogue, and inform decision-making.

Topics We Cover

Case Analyses

Dive deep into landmark arbitration cases, with expert commentary on the legal reasoning, outcomes, and broader implications.

Legislative Updates

Stay informed about the latest legislative changes affecting arbitration globally and understand what these mean for practitioners and parties involved.

Trends in Arbitration

Explore emerging trends in arbitration, including technological advancements, shifts in arbitration practices, and evolving standards.

Cross-Border Disputes

Gain insights into the challenges and strategies of managing cross-border disputes through arbitration.

Ethical Considerations

Engage with discussions on the ethical dilemmas and standards guiding arbitrators and parties in arbitration proceedings.

Contributing to Our Op-Ed

We believe in the power of diverse perspectives and are always looking for compelling contributions from across the arbitration community.

If you have an original article, insightful commentary, or a thoughtful analysis that you believe our readers would value, we encourage you to submit your work for consideration.

Submission Guidelines


Submissions must be original, unpublished work and not under consideration by other publications.


Content should be relevant to arbitration professionals and contribute meaningfully to discussions in the field.


Articles should be well-researched, thoughtfully argued, and clearly written. We welcome submissions from experienced professionals and new voices alike.

Join the Conversation

Arbitration Monitor’s Editorial Page is not just about broadcasting ideas; it’s about fostering a community where diverse opinions and experiences enrich the conversation.

We invite you to read, reflect, and engage with the content. Your insights and feedback are invaluable to us.