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Improving Diversity in International Arbitration

Action on diversity requires vision and commitment, write Laura Abrahamson and Mark Smalls of JAMS.

Recent studies by The Wall Street Journal, McKinsey & Company and the Harvard Business Review have proven that diverse teams achieve better outcomes. This is also true in international arbitration. Arbitrators of different gender identities, racial and ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations should have a seat at the table. There are tangible benefits of diversity, including navigating various nuances and understanding certain diverse viewpoints.

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