Summary: 1. Introduction. − 2. The current portrait of the arbitrator model. − 3.1. Numbers relating to appointments in domestic arbitration. − 3.2. Differences depending on the origin of the appointment. − 4. A possible interpretation. 5. Positive action.

Di Francesca Locatelli -
Introduction   It is a well-known fact that arbitration law as a specialisation of Italian attorneys is in and of itself limited because the institution[1] is not yet sufficiently widespread and because it requires specific expertise in substantive and procedural law, that often cross over with matters proper to international law, making the matter more complicated and uncharacteristic. This is why arbitration is an alternative tool for the resolution of litigations. It often remains the privilege of a small number of attorneys, perhaps members of law firms with an international focus that makes them more likely to practice in the field of international arbitration. In the case of firms dea. . .