Q: I would like to write a dissertation on arbitrability and public policy as public policy. Can I have a title
The dissertation is based on the different public policies as in some jurisdictions a matter might be of public policy while in another it is not. I want to deal with the aspect of arbitrability in such a problem
What is your discipline?
Arbitrability is usually a matter of contract, but there may be times when public policy says a certain issue is not arbitrable.
Tim Akpinar agrees with this answer
In most any jurisdiction, arbitration and other forms of Alternate Dispute Resolution can be good from the standpoint of public policy. They can lighten the caseload of courts by offering a more streamlined and less expensive means of resolving disputes. They can ease backlogs. As Mr. Wolff points out, the choice can be a matter of contract. Additionally, the parties can also agree later that they choose arbitration. But you could also have situations were one side in a dispute does not want to use the arbitration process. Good luck
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