Fuyong Chen has received his Ph.D. from Tsinghua University School of Law. He was a Visiting Researcher (2007-2008) at the Center for the Study of Law and Society, UC- Berkeley. He is currently the Director of the Research Department of the Beijing Arbitration Commission and a Research Fellow of the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution at the Renmin University of China.
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Articles and Video:
Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission - Part 2
This second half of the article on the BAC (Beijing Arbitration Commission) reviews building effective mechanisms to maintain integrity. It examines fairness in arbitration and potential arbitration risks.
Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission
The emergence in China of local arbitration commissions (“LACs”), and in particular their growing role as a forum of choice for dispute resolution, is a phenomenon that has received inadequate scholarly attention. This article intends to present an analysis of LACs based on a case study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission (“BAC”), for which the author worked as a part-time case-handling secretary.