Conclusion. A New Code of Conduct for Present and Future Investment Adjudicators
The practice of investment arbitration shows that dilemmas closely related to the figure of the investment arbitrator frequently arise in the course of arbitral proceedings. This book analyses and systematizes such situations, which are highly controversial at both legal and ethical level, and links them with some of the duties that are usually attributed to investment arbitrators. There is a strong transnational element in this study, since the origins of the institution of international investment arbitration itself and many of the texts dealing with investment arbitrators’ duties are transnational in nature.