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dc.contributor.authorFeyissa, Hailegabriel G.
dc.identifier.citationFeyissa, H.G. (2010) The role of Ethiopian courts in commercial arbitration, Mizan Law Review, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 297-333. Addis Ababa: St. Mary's University.en
dc.description.abstractThe role of arbitration in settling disputes which involves national and transnational commercial transactions is steadily growing in this era of globalisation. International and national rules governing various aspects of commercial arbitration have contributed to the effectiveness of arbitration as an alternative to litigation. The involvement of national courts is crucial to the overall efficacy of arbitration, both domestic and international. Instances calling for court intervention may appear at all stages of the arbitral proceedings. There is, however, a need to maintain a balance between the level of court involvement and the smooth functioning of arbitration - which is a contractual alternative to judicial dispute settlement. This article deals with the legal and practical role of Ethiopian courts during the three stages of arbitral proceeding, i.e., at the beginning of arbitration, during the arbitral proceedings, and after the end of the arbitration. And finally, I argue in favour of judicial restraint particularly during the first two stages of arbitral proceedings.en
dc.publisherSt. Mary's University, Ethiopiaen
dc.titleThe role of Ethiopian courts in commercial arbitrationen
dc.rights.holderSt. Mary's University, Ethiopiaen

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